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In the song Bitch Bad Lupe Fiasco discusses the effect of the word Bitch on todays youth In the rap industry today the word is commonly used and has both positive and negative connotations When a woman says it about herself it is viewed as being a term of empowerment In the first verse of the song he is talking about a little boy in the car with his mother and she sings along to a rap song on the radioShe says Im a bad bitch and Im a bad bitch something thats far above average The little boy is about 5 years old so he just listens to what his mother sings Because young children are very impressionable he internalizes what his mother is saying and comes to the conclusion that being a bitch must be a good thing because his mother is referring to herself as one He now has a skewed version of the meaning of the word and is unaware of the misogynistic connotation that the word usually carriesThe second verse focuses on a little girl and her friends listening to music on the internet He makes the point that they are unsupervised and are free to listen to whatever they want and that even though will sometimes parents put parental restrictions on the computer todays youth were born into the age of computers and sometimes know more about them than their parents doso they are able to get around those parental locks The girls are watching a music video and the artist has fancy clothes fancy cars and a lot of money and is singing about bad bitches while a video vixen dances around They pay less attention to the artist instead and more to the vixen in video She has on the highest of heels and the tightest of clothes Shes is not a true depiction of the real women of society but the girls are young and their
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