A new video has hit the viral airwaves—but is also drawing big, fat SMHs, WTFs, and UMMMMs.
Ray Jr. and Erika Kayne’s song, “She Said (Don’t C-m In Me),” has taken vulgarity in hip-hop way too far. The video appears to be your typical rap video at first click, but listening closely, you’ll figure out that the song is about baby-making in extramarital affairs.
The song is meant to be a video about safe sex—and calls on pulling out, rather than birth control or condoms, as a method of doing so. Things seem to go awry in the video. Especially with a surreal hook that says:
“Don’t c-m in me, don’t c-m in me!/You’ve gotta pull out, it’s feeling so good but I don’t want to have kids now.”
Whether or not this song will receive any airplay on radio stations, BET, or MTV is big puzzler. We would go on . . . but we’d rather have you watch the song for yourself and share your thoughts.