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When you listen to a rap song what are you listing to You are listening to words that kids shouldnt listen to All you hear are explicit lyrics This kind of music is being sold to young children without any thought or concern When many children listen to this kind of music they think that was being said in the songs is not wrong or against the law The lyrics in many songs contain violent and explicit lyrics that usually talk about killing someone along with sounds of gunshots in the background It is also music that refers to women as bitches whores and sex-dispensing hoesSaunders B29 Gangster rap has been criticized and debated over for its graphic sexual content violent imagery and misogyny When rappers were asked why they refer to women as bitches and hoes their replies were similar Snoop says that it is just for the women who are like that and if youre a real women youre classy and elegant Those lyrics wouldnt necessarily affect you Youd just groove to the music Farley 78 Richard Shaw Bushwick Bill says I call women bitches and hoes because all the women Ive met since Ive been out here are bitches and hoes When asked what he calls his mother at the National Association of Black Journalists convention he says he calls his mother a I call her a woman but Im not f---ing my mother If I was f---ing you youd be a bitch He then apologized for what he said to the reporter Raspberry A21 If you dont give a f--- about a bitch Then youre rolling with the row are lyrics from Doggystyle If all people were to think like this what respect would women have Some say If we dont have respect for our women why should anyone else Raspberry A21 Do these rappers think that they own women and can treat them any way they want to If
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