The Sex Sounds Much Better Than The Explanation

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We need to have a publicist drive. There are clearly too many sad individuals in the world suffering because of the shortage of legitimate image handlers. You would think with all of the money she made off my niece and her other Disney watching friends that this Cheetah Girl would have better people around her.

It’s bad enough she released that date rape leads to great sex song. Then she had the nerve to release a video for it and now come out with a bunch of excuses that make not a lick of sense. I don’t believe anything she’s saying, but I will advise one thing: Pick one lie and stay with it.

In the video she’s saying all songs don’t need a “message.” Or as she put it, “Sometimes a song can just be, ‘I kissed a girl and I liked it.'” Uh, and your song is I was face down, ass up after getting drunk and I’m not sure if we used a condom or not. Don’t be mad we’re calling hoe shit, hoe shit. If you want to show us something film the remix at the free clinic and splat those negative test results in front of the camera. Or the prescription the doctor gave you.

Whatever you do is your call, but don’t act like we’re making something out of nothing.

But wait in the video she’s saying it’s no big deal but in a previous statement argued that there was a message behind the song:

“I am an actor and performer. I have been so since my first role in a television pilot at five years old. I played a character when I was a “Cheetah Girl.” I am playing a character in the music video for the song “Spectacular,” as I did in the “Cheetah Girl” movies. The fact is, that sometimes women get intoxicated and have unprotected sex. My video puts this issue front and center. It is absurd to infer or suggest that I am condoning this behavior. Are Lady Gaga and Beyonce advocating murder with the “Telephone” video? Of, course not. Was Rihanna encouraging suicide with “Russian Roulette?” No. Was Madonna suggesting that young unmarried girls get pregnant with “Papa Don’t Preach?” I don’t think so. Is Academy Award winner Monique a proponent of incest because of her portrayal of Mary in the movie ‘Precious.’ Clearly, the answer is no. I wrote “Spectacular” and made the video to bring attention to a serious women’s health and safety issue. Don’t shoot the messenger.”


Pull out your super soakers and spray her. After that, look into launching an investigation into whether or not Disney really employs tutors on their sets.

So is this song a PSA, a cry for help, or just a song about random acts of sluttiness? All of the above according to the clip and comment. I’m not entirely sure how one would gather that this song really paints the subject matter at hand in a negative light.

All she’s saying is “the sex was spectacular.” How would one take that as a cautionary tale? If she were genuinely trying to get people talking about personal responsibility, we would’ve heard her moan, “The sex was spectacular…but now my vagina is enflamed.” Or show her buying a box of condoms at the end. Or again, calling the police because it sure sounds like he raped her in the song.

We don’t need your after school special inspired message, Keily. We got it all the first time. You were p-popping for publicity.

Now I hoped we all learned something about the dangers of talking when you’re face down, ass up.

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