Welcome to Random WTF Lyrics where I talk about five random lyrics from five random songs. Let’s get started.
Oh, I’m sure going by the title, that this song is only going to give us good things…
Well, I don’t deal with bitches no more
Yeah, I don’t deal with bitches no more
I could call you crazy, curse your name
Throw your shit out the door
But I don’t deal with bitches no more
Somebody tell country singers that pissy misogynistic douchebag is not a good look.
Jackie Chan-Tiesto & Dzeko ft Preme & Post Malone
I just ordered sushi from Japan
Now your bitch wanna kick it, Jackie Chan
Jackie Chan’s from Hong Kong, which is by China, you uncultured swines. Not all Asian people are from the same country.
Oops, I got 99 problems singing bye, bye, bye
Hold up, if you wanna go and take a ride with me
Better hit me, baby, one more time
Paint a picture for you and me
Of the days when we were young, uh
Singing at the top of both our lungs
This is supposed to be a song about Anne-Marie falling in love in the summer of 2002 and the songs that made up the soundtrack of that time. One issue, though: the songs she mentioned aren’t from the year 2002. Baby One More Time was released in 1998, Bye Bye Bye was released in 2000 and Ride With Me was released in 2001. Even worse is that she mentions 99 Problems by Jay Z, a song that was released in 2004, two years after 2002. You couldn’t pick any songs from 2002 to mention here? There is no shortage of big singles that year. Why not Hot In Herre or Dillema or Complicated or Family Affair or ANY GODDAMN SONG FROM THAT YEAR?! What’s next, a song called 2010 which mentions songs from 2008?
One Track Mind-Thirty Seconds To Mars ft A$AP Rocky
Heard it’s only thirty seconds to Mars
And it took you even less just to get to my heart
Bump N’ Grind-R. Kelly
My mind’s tellin’ me no, but my body, my body’s tellin’ me yes
This is one of the most… unfortunate things to come out of R. Kelly’s mouth, especially when you think about his real-life actions. This is why I could never listen to any of R. Kelly’s sex songs because I always picture them being about someone who’s potentially underage, especially THIS song. So a few weeks ago, Lifetime aired a six-part documentary called Surviving R. Kelly, which re-affirmed what’s been said for three decades now: R. Kelly is a sexual predator who targets underage girls and there were enablers who let this dude get away with this shit. The most telling thing about this is the reaction. Ever since that documentary came out, streams of R. Kelly’s music has increased. That says a lot about power dynamics and how victims aren’t believed, especially when most of this dude’s victims are black women. What I’m going to say is just preaching to the choir, but it bears repeating every single time it comes up and it applies to everyone, not just the black community. There are a lot of people like R. Kelly who are targeting our young girls (and young boys, too) and they’re roaming free. You’ve probably seen a couple of posts about them on your Facebook feed. It’s our duty to protect our young children and their innocence. Hell, you have to be wary about them being around certain family members because this shit can happen very close to home. If something happens to those kids, get them the help they need and hold the individuals behind them accountable. I’m going on a tangent here, so I’m gonna leave to you this Boondocks clip from a decade ago that summarizes my thoughts.
And that was Random WTF Lyrics. No lyrics are safe.