The word me and your mama means "I love you," or “I am in love with you." It's a term of endearment used by both men and women. In a dating relationship, it is often used to replace "sweetheart," and in family life it is generally a term of endearment for the mother or grandmother of the person being called.
There are several different uses for the word me and your mama. In the United States, it is usually capitalized, although some people use it as an informal title for a mother. In other countries, it is often not capitalized at all.
It is also sometimes spelled momma or mamma in American English, but it is commonly spelled mom. In the United Kingdom, it is usually spelled mum, and it is often pronounced with the first syllable stressed.
In Latin American Spanish, mami or mamita is a short form of the word mama and can be spelled in various ways. It can be spelled in Spanish with the first syllable accented, or it can be spelled without an accent.
Jennifer Lopez recently released a music video for the song "Ain't Your Mama," which is about telling a deadbeat boyfriend that he needs to get his act together or else. While the song has a positive message, the video is sexualized and cartoonish, and it ruins what could have been an important piece of activism.