- (slang) One of the attractive, highly sexualized female dancers or actresses, typically black, who commonly appear in hip hop music videos.
1991, Havelock Nelson and Michael A. Gonzales, Bring the Noise: a Guide to Rap Music and Hip-Hop Culture, Harmony Books, ISBN 9780517583050, page 162:
- Already Queen Latifah was going for hers in this male-dominated world of video ho's[sic] and fantasy B-gals.
1997 August, Greg Tate, “Soul Sister Number One”, in Vibe, volume 5, number 6, page 82:
- Just when we thought couldn't nobody be a black woman in pop music without being a provocative pop tart, a put-it-on-the-glass video ho, or a gold-digging hoochie mama, here comes Badu—on BET, no less, home of the superficial, land of the fake.
- The only difference between Imelda and a video ho was the stripper pole.