|kingarthur - 2016-10-09 |
I'm glad this sort of identity politics is dying out. Die, crackers, die!
She is also unaware of the meaning of the word "dictate".
OH GOD SHE'S CRYING! LOL!
I'd also like to enlighten her as to the meaning of the words "ho and bitch" to which this song is referencing.
"A ho fucks everybody and a bitch fucks everybody but you." -Fear of a Black Hat.
It's like she's unaware of the systemic oppression her kind has a hand in perpetuating that has resulted in the economic conditions described in this song!
Also, the rhythm and meter in this song is wonderful. She can't help but read the lyrics to a beat.
Also she clearly doesn't understand how the radio business works. This song is on the radio because the record company paid a shit ton of money to put it there.
And come on, let's be real here: Your daughter is going to lose her virginity to this song when she's older.
Let's get even more real: this woman has a problem with "nigger music" (as defined by her identity politics), not rap.
BUT SHE WAS ORDAINED BY GAWD TO HEAR THIS AND ORDAINED BY GAWD TO SPREAD ITS MESSAGE OF FILTH BECAUSE "WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN?"
Because praying is going to fix it instead of alleviating the economic conditions that lead to those situations.
PUBLISHED BY (DUN DUN DUN) SONY! YOU KNOW, ASIANS!
>>Let's get even more real: this woman has a problem with "nigger music" (as defined by her identity politics), not rap.
She's certainly a pearl-clutcher, but from what I watched, I can't safely assume she's racist.
|Maggot Brain - 2016-10-09 |
I like how she put the song in 6/8 time. Very jazzy.
|Xenocide - 2016-10-09 |
When she was a kid, it was all Christina Agulera, the Backstreet Boys, and N Sync. But now you've got these singers with....*begins sobbing*....ETHNICITIES.
|That guy - 2016-10-09 |
Fine, I'll bite.
Without playing the "what are her motives?" game (and I ain't watching this whole thing), this song and so many others are shit on a shingle.
A few of you are knee-jerking, I think, but I haven't listened to this whole thing, and I have no plans to. But it's not the case that she has no point.
The song is catchy and Vince Staples is class act.
“No person needs to be attacked for their opinion on what they see to be appropriate for their children,” Mr. Staples tweeted. “They have a right to it.”
He continued, “This misunderstanding of our community leads to miscommunication which we should convert into a progressive dialogue.”
Before she began complaining about Vince's song, she held up 90's boy bands as the pinnacle of old-school pop genius. So I don't know that she's the best person to turn to for musical critique.
Oh, yeah the guy sounds like a good guy. Not arguing that.
Wait, wouldn't it be funny if she was his PR agent?
Xeno, I'll give you that.
|The Mothership - 2016-10-09 |
Her expression at 3:43.
|Old_Zircon - 2016-10-10 |
Request "cussin" tag.
Stars for when she gets messianic around 10:00.
|bawbag - 2016-10-10 |
"As a mom..."
|memedumpster - 2016-10-10 |
I 100% submitted this because I call my cat Narf Narf.
The etymology of what one calls one's cat is a tome of greater length than the English language.
Unless you meant this woman, in which case, probably.
|chumbucket - 2016-10-10 |
All Bands Matter!
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