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Imus vs. the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks Chart (language warning)

By Michelle Malkin  •  April 10, 2007 10:22 PM

My syndicated column this week: THE CULTURE OF “BITCHES, NIGGAS, AND HOS”

Let’s stipulate: I have no love for Don Imus, Al Sharpton, or Jesse Jackson. I repeat: A pox on all their race-baiting houses.

Let’s also stipulate: The Rutgers women’s basketball team didn’t deserve to be disrespected as “nappy-headed hos.” No woman deserves that. I agree with the athletes that Imus’s misogynist mockery was “deplorable, despicable and unconscionable.” And as I noted on Fox News’s O’Reilly Factor this week, I believe top public officials and journalists who have appeared on Imus’s show should take responsibility for enabling Imus—and should disavow his longstanding invective.

But let’s take a breath now and look around. Is the Sharpton & Jackson Circus truly committed to cleaning up cultural pollution that demeans women and perpetuates racial epithets? Have you seen the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks chart this week?

The number one rap track is by a new sensation who goes by the name of “Mims.”


The “song” is “This Is Why I’m Hot.” It has topped the charts for the last 15 weeks. Here’s a taste of the lyrics that young men and women are cranking up in their cars:

This is why I’m hot
Catch me on the block
Every other day
Another bitch another drop
16 bars, 24 pop
44 songs, nigga gimme what you got…

… We into big spinners
See my pimping never dragged
Find me wit’ different women that you niggas never had
For those who say they know me know I’m focused on ma cream
Player you come between you’d better focus on the beam
I keep it so mean the way you see me lean
And when I say I’m hot my nigga dis is what I mean

Here’s the video:


Let’s move down the Billboard list, shall we? The number two rap track in the nation this week is by rappers Bow Wow and R. Kelly (yes, the same R. Kelly who was indicted five years ago on a raft of child-porn charges and is still awaiting trial). The “song” is called “I’m a Flirt” and it’s been on the charts for 12 weeks:

I’m a b pimpin
I don’t be slippin
When it come down to these hos
I don’t love em
We don’t cuff em
Man that’s just the way it goes
I pull up in the Phantom
All the ladies think handsome
Jewelry shining, I stay stuntin’
Thats why these niggas can’t stand em
I’m a chick mag-a-net
And anything fine I’m bag-gin it
And if she got a man, I don’t care
10 toes and I wanna be, cause I gotta have it

The final line:

Now the moral of the story is cuff yo chick,’ cause hey,
I’m black, fresh , and I rap, plus I’m rich, and I’m a flirt.

Click to watch the video:


Al Sharpton, I am sure, is ready to call a press conference with the National Organization for Women to jointly protest this garbage and protest the radio stations and big pimpin’ music companies behind it.

Or perhaps the New Civility Squad is not convinced yet that the Billboard chart toppers I’ve highlighted are representative? Let’s proceed to number three on the Billboard rap charts this week (and on the charts for the past 13 weeks): “Go Getta” by a rapper named “Young Jeezy” with a special appearance by R. Kelly (again!). Here’s the “chorus:”

You know we trap all day
Play all night
Dis Is Da Life Of A Go Getta (Ey) Go Getta (Ey) Go Getta (Yea)
U In Da Club
U C A Bad Bitch
Point Her Out (Oh)
Yea U Damn Right Ima (Ey)
You Damn Right Ima Go Getta (Ey) Go Getta (Ey) Go Getta (Yea)

Here’s the video:


The number four song on the Billboard Rap Tracks charts is “Throw Some D’s” by “Rich Boy featuring Polow Da Don” (it’s been on the charts for 18 weeks).
Here’s the chorus:

Rich Boy sellin’ crack
F*k niggas wanna jack
Sh*t tight no slack
Just bought a Cadillac (Throw some D’s on that bitch!)
Just bought a Cadillac (Throw some D’s on that bitch!)
Just bought a Cadillac

Here’s the video:


The lyrical rap poet known as “Unk” has the number five spot with “2 Step.” On the charts for nine weeks, here’s a taste of his dope rhyme:

I See You Got It Right
Beat My Wrist Ice
Colder Than A Bud Light
Now I’m a Take My Time
Where The Gangsters At
And You Can Still Post The Wall Nigga Holla Back
Grey Goose And Yak
Blunt Filled With Kush
I’m Getting Jiggy With It
Smoking On That George Bush

Here’s the video, which features children:


And at number six is “Rock Your Hips” by “Crime Mob.”


Here are the full lyrics:

Lil’ Jay, on the track,nigga, aye & you already know, its ya boi lil scrappy
we finna have the whole M-F world, rockin’in dis bitch,
look at shawty check her out. southern smokin


I like the way she rock her hips,
then wave & sip
She rock her hips then wave & sip
She rock her hips, she rock her hips,
she rock her hips,then wave & sip

Look at them hips I like how she rock it
She bend that’ thing ova, & to the ground,
she can drop it
And pop it hard,as she can, got me hard in da pants
Because she,in all her stance,
doing her Muthafuckin dance, man
Look lil’ buddy cute in da face
She rock her hips to the bass, then she take a sip,
when she wave
and wonna get wit’ lil Jay,
after she dance on dat pole
I pull my can so quick & fast,
when dat ass hit da flo’

Now,I got 32 flavors of dat bootylicious bubblegum
Raspberry, grape,cherry,come &
get this honeybun
Yummy-yum, baby,
not your ordinary lady
Known to drive a nigga, crazy, willie wonka wanna pay me
On the daily, off the hizzle, rock my heels shake my skittles
Soda pop it, watch it sizzle,man, this chick here for shizzle
Smokin’ on the highest drizzle, wanna taste it, just a little
Rock my hips, then, make it wiggle.
Wavin’ sippin’ in this bizzle

(Repeat chorus)

I like it, when she show me she can rock it,
roll it, drop it to the flo’
Bouncin’ slow, shawties, all pole, that’s the way to go
Tell her booey-ooey got a nigga glancin’
everytime that ass react
I thought I saw a puddy cat
Gimmie, gimmie, gimmie that fat cat don’t act on a pimp
You got me enticed, by the way, you rock dem hips
You’s a trip, girl,doin’ all dem tricks, that’s what’s up
I like dat shit a lot,come & holla at a thug

A-towns finest I’m the top-notch glamour chick
Tell me, if I throw it at chu,baby, can you handle it
Pistols causin’ rushin’, if a hatta wonna run dey lip
Step up in da club& have dem whisperin’goddamn she thick
Take it to the bar hypnotic & hennesy is on my list
Seductively moving my body now watch me rock my hips
Take a sip of the goose, I’m lookin’ good & livin’ lavish big boy pimpin popin dippin now tell me i’m not tha baddest

I like it she when she rock her hips then take it low
She grab the towel and wipe the pole
Oh oh shawty got it goin on , its just me and her
And im in my zone, check out her rack,
Shawty got a fat ass watch her throw dat shit back
They say she sweets like snacks
Betcha put her on da track everyday
Youn eatin lunch coutin muthafuckin stacks


One dumb radio/television shock jock’s insult is a drop in the ocean of barbaric filth and anti-female hatred on the radio.

Imus gets a two-week suspension. What kind of relief do we get from this deadening, coarsening, dehumanizing barrage from young, black rappers and their music industry enablers who have helped turn America into Tourette’s Nation?


: Imus is out. MSNBC cancels radio simulcast.

Update: Snoop Dogg attacks critics who compare him to Imus because, as he told MTV:

“It’s a completely different scenario,” said Snoop, barking over the phone from a hotel room in L.A. “[Rappers] are not talking about no collegiate basketball girls who have made it to the next level in education and sports. We’re talking about ho’s that’s in the ‘hood that ain’t doing sh–, that’s trying to get a n—a for his money. These are two separate things. First of all, we ain’t no old-ass white men that sit up on MSNBC [the cable network home to Imus] going hard on black girls. We are rappers that have these songs coming from our minds and our souls that are relevant to what we feel. I will not let them mutha—–as say we in the same league as him.”

Translation: Only black rappers can call women hos and bitches. Only black rappers can call black people niggas. Because it’s coming from their minds and souls, *&^&)#*&@!!!!

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