Posted: 10 November, 2014
by Web Girl Sarah
Is This The Most Sexist Song Of 2014?
New Redfoo and Lil Jon Track Slammed!
If you're looking for the most sexist, repulsive and derogatory song of 2014, Redfoo and Lil Jon's new track "Literally I Can't" is a hot contender.
The Play-N-Skillz tune, featuring rapper and Aussie X Factor judge alongside Enertia McFly (yep, we have no idea who that is either) was released earlier this month. It’s being criticised not just for being bloody terrible (it is)– but also it’s pathetic, sexist and just plain repulsive lyrics.
The music video features a group of properly dressed girls arriving at a raucous frat party. While the boys offer drinks, ask them to an afterparty and request a little girl on girl they reply “Literally, I can’t”.
Fair enough right? Because you know, "no" means no... unless you're Lil Jon who yells “Oh my god. Shut The F*ck Up!”.
(To anyone reading this: “Shut the F*ck Up” is not the way you speak to a woman you're interested in. It’s actually not the way you speak to ANYONE.)
But it gets worse. Redfoo’s here and he’s got a second verse even worse than the first.
“You got a big ol’ butt, I can tell by the way you walkin’. But you an annoying sl*t, because you’re talking,” he raps.
“Shhh ... I said jump on the pole; I didn’t need your opinion ... Girl, I'm sippin' on this drink. I’m trying to see what you got, not trying to hear what you think.”
There’s also some very obvious product placement for RedTube.com – yep – the YouTube of pornography. Classy.
Here’s the clip for anyone who wants to take a look and listen.
Play-N-Skillz - Literally I Can't (ft. Redfoo, Lil Jon, Enertia McFly) [Official Music Video]
As for Lil Job and Redfoo, we have only one thing to say to you:
“Shut the F*** up!”