So because Donald Trump supposedly bragged eleven years ago about how women who are enthralled by rich, powerful, famous (or even infamous) men will “let” those men do just about anything to them–kiss them, grab “pussy” (consensually, mind you)–the hypocritical Democrats, the media, and Hillary Clinton have decided that Trump is therefore unfit for the presidency. Which makes me wonder: If Trump is unfit for the White House, are the following people fit to be in it?
Trigger warning: The lyrics transcribed below may offend many, especially women. What I find more offensive is that these people were feted in the People’s House. [emphasis added to quotes]
Following is a list of some of the rappers who’ve been invited to the White House by the current residents, Michelle and Barack Obama. Below their names are samples, just tiny samples, of choice lyrics from their “songs”, to give you the flava of what sort of role models these people are for America’s children.
And let me tell you bout my life
Painkillers only put me in the twilight
Where pretty pussy and Benjamin is the highlight …
And we hate Popo, wanna kill us dead in the street for sure, nigga
I’m at the preacher’s door
My knees gettin’ weak and my gun might blow but we gon’ be alright
We’re told that this song, Alright, is the anthem of the Black Lives Matter “movement.” (Popo, for those not in the know, refers to the police.) Blues Lives Matter not, it seems.
Call me Sean if you suck, call me gone when I nut
That’s the end of us, get your friend to fuck
Untwist and bend her up …
Heffers call me Black-N-Decker, I don’t screw them hoes I drill
I’ve been cuttin’ cute lil’ coochies since before the record deal
Catch me daydreamin’ ’bout them, thick, medium, or slim
Doctors call the thing vagina, in the hood we call it trim
White boys call it snatch, Puerto Ricans call it chocha
Nathaniel likes his white, I like mine dark as cola
The bitches want me to fuck – true true
Hold up wait up, shorty
“Oh wazzzupp, get my dick sucked, what are yoouu doin’?”
Sidelinin’ my fuckin’ bussiness
Me and my pupils is mutual they not focused as me though
See my flow is the nicest
And my ho is the baddest
And the sex will lock her down see my stick is the gavel
Catalog growing, rappers skedaddle move over
She reluctantly fucking
She’s an adamant blower
You ain’t no better because you don’t be fucking rappers
You only fuck with actors
You’re still getting fucked backwards
Rest in peace, my true love who I took for granted. Most bomb pussy. …
I plugged my menses with pages of the holy book …
Man this is why my old girl was mad at me
This why I’m your majesty
Man, the clique is the tightest, the pussy’s the tightest
The drinks are the coldest, the future the brightest
The feat not divided, the love is divided
Now every time that I meet a fine cute bitch
She got a friend from the fuckin’ Dog Pound
Hey yo bitch
Here’s the seven digits
Call me if you can
Only if you want it
Let a nigga know
Can I dig like a minor, 49er
Diggin’ for gold from behind her
Watch this nigga do some diggin’
Pop that pussy on a platter
Watch this nigga do some diggin’
It’s so tight it doesn’t matter
Tell ’em party’s in here, we don’t need to go out
We need the turbo thots, high speed, turbo thots
Drop-drop-drop-drop it like Robocop
She brace herself and hold my stomach, good dick’ll do that
She keep pushin’ me back, good dick’ll do that
She push me back when the dick go too deep
This good dick’ll put your ass to sleep
Isn’t it special that Kanye wants to run for the presidency in 2020? Seriously. By the way, thot is an acronym for “that ho over there.” A turbo thot, then, is a particularly fast thot.
Mind you, the Obamas have two teen-aged daughters. What message are they sending to them by exalting these people? Amazingly enough, Michelle recently opined that she was “shaken” to the “core” by Trump’s comments:
We’re telling our sons that it’s OK to humiliate women. We’re telling our daughters that this is how they deserve to be treated. We’re telling all our kids that bigotry and bullying are perfectly acceptable in the leader of their country. … If we have a president who routinely degrades women, who brags about sexually assaulting women, then how can we maintain our moral authority in the world?
Earth to Michelle: We have no moral authority in this world to maintain, thanks to you (who admire Beyonce so much), your husband’s administration, your progressive friends, and their “fundamental transformation” of America.
What message are YOU sending to the young women of America by having the likes of Beyonce and Kanye West in the White House?
I’m shaken to the core by the sheer hypocrisy of this woman who can, with a straight face apparently, decry something Trump said 11 years ago while at the same time she, her husband, and her daughters glorify “artists” who demean and objectify young women as they make millions of dollars doing so!
Are these rappers role models? What do their lyrics say about a woman’s place in this world? Do those who glorify misogyny belong in the White House?
There’s a helpful website, believe it or not, that documents the misogyny in rap/hip hop lyrics and compiles statistics by “artist.” It’s interesting to see the number of times these various White House guests have “sung” certain words, including the p-word, over the course of their careers.
Remember: These people were acceptable to be invited to the White House.