Top Ten Most Sexist Songs of All TimeRalphBob
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This is a German rap song by YouTube star JuliensBlog, who, as you can see on the cover artwork, isn't exactly known for his good treatment of women. But out of all his sexist statements and punchlines both in videos and songs, this song takes the cake.
So, that you all get an impression of what he's rapping about, let's summarize the song.
First of all, the title translates to "Beating women". Yup.
The first verse consists of things about his girlfriend that annoy him including all the cliches: she hasn't cooked or cleaned up, she is jealous, she isn't in the mood for sex, etc. Then the chorus kicks in (literally): in an eerily happy tone and melody he sings about all types of her bones he will break, hitting her all across the room, knocking her teeth out, etc.
Then in the second verse he gets more specific about what he does to her, like making her eat very VERY disgusting things or hitting her with a vacuum cleaner, and furthermore explains ...more - Martin_Canine
I am not a feminist but too much is too much
This song is one of the only songs in history to scare me out of principle. Lil Wayne is one of the most popular rappers in the world, and he's a very well-known freestyler. He says he freestyles to make his lyrics more real to him. This gives me serious chills down my spine on how he feels about people in general. - WonkeyDude98
How is this sexist?
If girls run the world, how come there are 22 female world current leaders and every other country is run by a man. Answer me that feminists.
There are NO blurred lines when it comes to sexism or sexual harassment. When I first heard this, I didn't really listen to the lyrics, so liked the song because it was catchy. But now, I'm surprised this song hasn't had more criticism. It implies that it's OK to have sex without consent (I know you want it), and that the lines are "blurred" when it comes to consent, which they definitely aren't - if someone (boy or girl, it doesn't make a difference) says no to sex, or anything like that, they MEAN no! It doesn't matter if you "know they want it", their word is final! He also says that girls are "animals" and they need to be "domesticated", as if we're not human beings like men are. Also, they say "what you don't like work", which implies that women should have no say in sex, as the positions they don't like (often because they are painful) are ones men seem to find pleasurable. I'm definitely not saying all men are like this, but unfortunately there are those few, who can freely ...more
HATE this rape-y song!
"I'm in love with your body"
Uh yeah, what about her personality - xandermartin98
It's not sexist. It just makes people want to kill themselves listening to it.
Hate this band so much. - Popsicles
Lmao what. - Twixx
Unlike Love Me, whose purpose is unnerving, this is just pathetic even by Chris Brown standards. - WonkeyDude98
I like the beats but not the lyrics mostly the white girl part. All my friends love this in rl - FerrariDude64
The lyrics here are sexist. Beyonce thinks that only guys hurt the ones that love them, only guys cheat, and girls never have their friends stick up for them when they screw around.
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