The term was introduced to viewers of the HBO sex comedy Sex and the City in episode 69, first broadcast in 2004. In the episode one of the characters misunderstands a promise she overhears made to another character, Samantha Jones, who then explained the term. Boogie-Blues band ZZ Top was criticized for the lyrics of its song "Pearl Necklace" as one of its songs whose lyrics were claimed to objectify women.
^Michael Saunders (1991-04-05). "Blues-driven Boogie Of Zz Top To Fill Miami Arena For 2 Shows". Sun Sentinel. Retrieved 2012-01-31. "ZZ Top is not without its booing section. They have been knocked for the woman-as-bimbo image by decorating videos with long-legged beauties. And critics have charged that sexually oriented tunes such as Tush, Pearl Necklace, and Velcro Fly also portray women as sex objects."mirror