Snooki's 'Yung Mommy' Music Video Is All That and a Bag of Chips

The reality star may now be a married mother of two, but Snooki's "Jersey Shore" attitude shines in this hilarious music video about her life as a young mom.

When we first met Snooki on "Jersey Shore" way back in 2009, the idea of her as a mom someday was kind of unimaginable. But that's probably true of most of us as 21-year-olds, right? Well, just like we grew up, so did Nicole Polizzi, and she is now a married mom of two. Luckily for our entertainment needs, while Nicole has matured, she hasn't lost her Snooki feistiness, as evidenced by this epic "Yung Mommy" music video—about you guessed it: being a young mom—that she just released on her YouTube channel.

In this meant-to-be-hilarious video, Nicole talks about things all moms can relate to—like saggy nipples and stretch marks and potty training—but in classic Snooki fashion she raps it like an O.G. gangsta while rockin' a hoodie and a lot of stank face.

"I used to be so wild, I was the life of the party. Now I'm all grown up, so instead they call me mommy," Snooki (half)rhymes about her metamorphosis.

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi/YouTube

Of course, she's still workin' it: "Two kids, not complainin,' young wife, lookin' dangerous."

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi/YouTube

But, Snooki's priorities sure have changed. "It's all love 'cause I'm a proud mama," she spits. "Shout out to my son and daughter, Lorenzo and Giovanna."

I mean, Snooki in a superhero cape with her son on her back?! Super cute.

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi/YouTube

Watch the rest of the video to hear Snooki bring a little Ariana Grande-style belting to the mix, auto-tuned to hilarious perfection, and more.

Drop the mic. Snooki out.

Ellen Sturm Niz is a New York City-based mom, writer, and editor. You can follow her on Twitter and Pinterest.

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