By now, you probably know that former Heat/Warriors/Magic/Nets center Rony Seikaly is a house music DJ/producer, which is even funnier now that we’ve all accepted that this is a thing that has really happened. For some reason, “Rony Seikaly is a house DJ (period)” is just more funny than “Rony Seikaly is a house DJ (question mark).”

Nonetheless, in order to keep you up to date on his club career, here’s his newest song. Not a joke, it’s called “MILF,” and it must be inspired by his 2005 divorce from Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition cover girl Elsa Benitez.

According to Seikdawg, the track is “number 14 in the top 100 tech house charts on @beatport @fauxent,” so that is something. Also according to Seikout’s Twitter bio, he is “allergic to haters,” so if you’re not impressed with that, then he doesn’t care and might go in to anaphylactic shock if you say it sucks. So be nice.

And while you might think that video for “MILF” isn’t really a video because it isn’t, why not just pair it up with another video from Seikaly? This one is called “Funk the Monk” and it features a whole bunch of Rony-as-the Lawnmower Man visuals.

So that’s what’s up with Rony Seikaly. He’s making songs called “MILF” and plugging in to the mainframe to become pure energy. That’s livin’, my friends.