Top 10 Songs with the Worst MessageNot every song has to have a positive message, but these songs send some of the most awful messages that are really tough to overlook.
Utterly deplorable. Not only does it suggest that the earth is flat (which it ain't), but also claims that Jews rule the world and brings in Holocaust denial too. I have always had an inner resentment for conspiracy theories, as they are just as bad as the MSM in a lot of ways, including how they both lie and exaggerate to push whatever agenda they want to do, and this song is the epitome of that. Not only is it pushing utter nonsense, but it also is pushing it towards BOB's extremely impressionable fanbase of young people. Good for you! Christ, he is so dumb that even other musicians who believe such conspiracy theory nonsense (like Dave Mustaine or Varg Vikernes) would frown upon him in shame.
Does this song even have a message?
Cause remember, underage marriage and taking drugs at 11 years old is cool!
This honestly shouod be back at number 2 where it belongs. It's message is that you can choose whatever sexuality you want. NO. You were born the way you are. Don't break the laws of nature.
This is crap! You are born the way you are
It's not necessarily the message, but what the song conveys that is truly disgusting. The amount of eye-rolling innuendos and sex references is not only cringeworthy and clearly pandering to teenage boys who think with their penises when deciding on their music, but rather creepy since these girls are barely past the age of consent not to mention not many of them are in their 20s yet. But I will say the message is reprehensible, telling all the teenage girls that you don't have to write your own music or work hard to be successful, but rather be a sellout to the mainstream and pander in the worst way.
Name says it all, but it's way too obvious.
It's about partying and taking drugs all night. Awesome message you're trying to send to your mostly preteen fans, Miley.
Chris Brown, of course women won't be loyal to you - you beat one up!
The irony of the song is too good.
Nobody loves you, Lil Wayne. Not even me.
Big buns, F them skinny b's in the club, mhmm. Telling young people it's okay to be fake and plastic. And what's wrong with being skinny well being too skinny is kind of a problem. I'm not even that skinny but I'm not fat and I feel so offended I don't know why. Nicki is degrading women and telling them to get all these augmentations in order for them to feel "beautiful" And Nicki is one of the most ugliest celebrities I have ever seen.
The message of this song is that if you don't have a big butt, then men won't want you. Yeah, no thanks Ms.Minaj.