Imus Or Rap? The Culture of “Bitches, Hos, and Niggas”

Let`s stipulate: I have no
love for

Don Imus
, Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson. 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 No. 1 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

Let`s move down the
Billboard list, shall we? The No. 2 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:

Ima
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`

That`s why these niggas can`t stand em
Ima 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
 

Al Sharpton, I am sure, is
ready to call a press conference with the National
Organization for Women to jointly protest this garbage
and 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 No. 3 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)  

The

No. 4 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

The lyrical rap poet known
as "Unk" has the No. 5 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
Step

And at No. 6 is "Rock
Your Hips"
by "Crime Mob." Here`s the
non-obscene part:

She
rock her hips
She rock her hips
I like that way
She rock her hips
She rock her hips
I like the way
She rock her hips

But you can`t have a hit
without the

n-word
, of course:

Now
I got 32 flavors of that bootylicious bubblegum
Raspberry, grape, cherry,
Come and get this honey bun
Yummy-yum baby, not your ordinary lady
Known to drive the niggas crazy

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?

Michelle Malkin [email
her] is author of

Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists,
Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores
.
Click

here
for Peter Brimelow`s review. Click

here
for Michelle Malkin`s website.
Michelle Malkin`s latest book is "
Unhinged:
Exposing Liberals Gone Wild.
"

COPYRIGHT

CREATORS SYNDICATE, INC
.