So What You Popped A Molly?! The 10 Most Annoying Phrases In Songs

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February 6, 2013 ‐ By Meg Butler

We all have a song or two that we just can’t stand. Sometimes the radio plays a jam one time too often. Sometimes the beat isn’t exactly on point. And sometimes, the lyrics are the problem. It may not be the whole song we’re over, but there are choruses and phrases we’re just sick of or that make no amount of sense at all. Check out our list of 10 rap phrases that we don’t want to hear anymore.

Juicy J

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“Popped a Molly”

Rap music may need an intervention. Apparently, Molly is the new hot drug in the street. Rappers spit about it so much, white people get on the Internet and Google “who is Molly?” They know Molly as MDMA and they’ve been losing their minds on the designer drug since the late eighties.

Rappers like Juicy J talk about popping a Molly in almost every song. And all I want to know is can we move on and talk about something different? ‘Cause ya’ll sound like a broken record. No? Well get back at us when ya’ll are done getting high.

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  • Matt

    I am annoyed by the violence more than the drug references. I am a long-time hip hop fan since way back in the day and still am annoyed by lyrics about ‘desert eagles’ or ‘AR-15′s’ that are not true (pharoah Monch said how many killers still rhyming, how many signed still killing?) so let’s see some skills on the mic instead of b.s. wannabe gangster fantasies

  • RAVENS GANG!

    Just phrases? I find that nearly every mainstream rap song that is released nowadays is annoying. Male rappers rap about the same exact things every.single.song.

  • JaneJane

    Don’t forget “boss”, 50+ woman used it this weekend and it sounded like a nun cussing! Soooo, not right…

  • dddooonnnttt

    Come on. White people made up ‘Mollys’, not rappers. I was surprised when I started hearing it in songs, 2 years after the fact. Rap is usually a little bit late on this stuff.

  • Amani

    The bigger question is why is any self-respecting woman listening to the incoherent ramblings of these middle-aged boys? They reek of “hoodratisms” – you couldn’t pay me to listen to any of them. Give me Nas, Mos Def, Common and I’m all set.

    • RAVENS GANG!

      One doesn’t have to actively seek out the music to hear it.

  • rzakia

    I guess I’m with the white girls because I had to Google the term Molly. Obviously I’m not living the life of poppin them so I had no clue what they were. I just thought it was the alternative to using Becky…

  • http://www.facebook.com/youssou6c Youssou Cissé

    “my money long”, number one on my list.

  • Top 10 Rappa

    I popped a molly to get my swag
    girl wear them red bottoms and Pop That for a Real N—a
    I can’t wait to Bust It Open
    Let Me See It Start Twerking
    She Gave Me Dome at Benihana
    cause we live the Thug Life

    • http://twitter.com/MsRedboneBrite Tee Elyse

      and if this were a real song, this would be somebody’s favorite part!! LOL!!

      • Nikki

        At first, I thought it was a real song!

  • ms lottatitties

    “makin it rain on them hoes” —-sound familiar?———-

  • http://www.facebook.com/latrese.cowan La Trese

    What about my chick bad looking like a bag of money.No real lyricists anymore

  • sammi_lu

    Another that missed the list that’s prob more annoying than “she gave me dome” is any use of “Becky” and “Sarah Palin”..

  • http://twitter.com/MsRedboneBrite Tee Elyse

    My 13 year old niece told me that SWAG means “secretly we are gay”, so I was told not to use that term anymore! LOL! & I just posted on my Facebook status yesterday that I’m sick of hearing about Molly!!

    • Kam

      LOL I guess that’s the new interpretation. Shakespeare used the word swagger in A Midsummer Night’s Dream back in 1596. Another example of a words original meaning being copped for other purposes.

  • Juanita

    first article recommended is “Pretty Boy Swag”. OK, Madame Noire, we’re tired of that phrase too.

  • Say What?

    A lot of rap is kind of boring to me because they talk about and glorify a life I don’t and never will live. Maybe I’m the odd one?

    • http://twitter.com/MsRedboneBrite Tee Elyse

      RIGHT!! I’m just trying to figure out when it became “cool” to do drugs, the hard ones especially! I mean, I remember growing up listening to UGK and all the Texas boys talking about sipping lean, but only they were doing that, and when folks started dying from doing it, it kind of phased out, until I heard Wayne and Drake bring it back up, and folks ran with it! I know A$AP Rocky always talking about his “purple swag” too… silly! Some folks just need to get their own mind!

      • Say What?

        I was never a stupid kid. I was always a leader never a follower.

    • scandalous7

      took the words right out of my mouth.

    • Tamz

      No, it’s not just you!! And I noticed also that Louboutins took that place of Manolo Blahniks (if I spelled it wrong, oh well, I wear Tims lol).

    • RAVENS GANG!

      Are you a woman? Male rappers make music for other men.

      • Say What?

        I’m a guy and songs like this are made for a ratchet audience no matter the gender. Most rap is just bragging about how much you got, who you screwed, how much drugs you’re taking or who you could/would beat up/kill. I never lived that life so it doesn’t speak to me on any level.

        • RAVENS GANG!

          What is a ‘ratchet audience’?