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Tyler, The Creator’s “Bitch Suck Dick”: Harmless Fun or Mindless Misogyny?

“Bitch Suck Dick” is easily Tyler, the Creator’s most mindless, obviously offensive song.

Featuring lesser known Odd Future members Jasper and Taco, it’s a demented, wild-eyed take on Waka Flocka Flame’s Lex Lugar-produced sonic chaos. Upon its release on the album Goblin earlier this year, most critics dismissed it, feminists decried it, and immature people like myself loved it.

In other words, as music’s most polarizing figure, Tyler’s “Bitch Suck Dick” is his most polarizing song. It’s that bad.

So naturally he chose to make a video for it….

Last night, at 8pm ET, at the start of both the GOP Debate and the BET Hip Hop Awards, Tyler, the Creator unleashed his latest music video on the poor, defenseless masses; a somewhat disturbing, undoubtedly hilarious, proudly low-budget lampooning of shitty tv shows.

It’s funny, it’s offensive, and it’s got some biting satire in it as well. In fact, one can easily make the argument that Tyler, the Creator is consciously mimmicking Hip Hop’s mindlessly mysoginistic history.

But does the lyrical content take things too far?

There’s always been a mysoginistic element in Hip Hop, but is 4 minutes of a bunch of teenage-looking rappers screaming “bitch suck dick” and “you dead bitch” and “I had to punch a bitch in her shit” just a lil’ bit too much for you to handle?

Check out Tyler’s “Bitch Suck Dick,” and sound off below!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3-NcRXK-s4


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