"Bitch Bad" is a complicated grappling with misogyny in popular music and culture, and its effect on children of both genders. But what is not complicated is how Lupe feels about songs he hears on the radio.
Try explaining your college in a few words to someone who isn't in-the-know. It's a delicate business. Why not do the obvious and compare your institution of higher learning with a popular rapper?
Welcome to Snoopworld, where Chevys still are bouncin', would-be gangstas still kind of prowl the streets (albeit it's a new generation), explicit-isms flow like 40 oz. beer, and tempos best not harsh anyone's mellow.
"For me to be a kid in the hood on the Internet with millions and millions across the world looking at videos of me dancing, rapping or being with my friends," said Soulja Boy, "I was like 'Whoa!'"
After reading this, the next time you talk to a Black person you can feel comfortable in now knowing with every fiber of your being that you have no clue what they think or feel based on their skin color.
The guys brought out all the freshly old standards such as Soulja Boy and the Macarena to keep themselves from going stir crazy during a 5-hour rain delay.
Who would have guessed that if I really wanted to ring in 2008 with class I should have stayed at Hooters.