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.
“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.
And can we talk about Miss “Long Heels Red Bottoms” herself? Trina filed for bankruptcy in 2005 and the bank took her house back. Now she’s being sued for $50 million for backing out of a contract. Maybe she should put some of her paper in the bank instead of into Christian Louboutin’s pocket.
“Pop That for a Real N—a”
“Bust It Open”
“Let Me See It”
Just the visuals alone are enough to make you want to change the station. I don’t understand why lyrics have to get so graphic. Even in a strip club anthem, these lyrics seem a little extreme. I know I’m not the only one who used to dance to these club hits with just no shame…d-mn you UGK.
Did you know that there is a white girl with a YouTube video teaching chicks how to twerk? Apparently it’s the new hottness in the fairer areas of the suburbs. There’s even a Tumblr dedicated to gifs of people twerking. When did this become the next big internet trend? I blame the Ying Yang Twins for this whole mess.
“She Gave Me Dome”
I don’t know when it started, but one day every rapper and their mama started plugging Benihana. I’m not hating on Benihana because it’s not delicious, it is. I’m mad because rappers are giving away their royalties. Somebody needs to get on contacting Benihana to fatten up those royalty checks. Rappers are almost solely responsible for keeping that restaurant popular.