Jon Lajoie, a comedian and actor, has a quick rap for those upset with Miley’s moves. Here’s the chorus:
“We want topless women in our music videos
We want pop stars acting like they’re in a porno
You know we want it and we gettin’ what we ask for
But when Miley does it we say Oh my God No!!”’
That’s just the tip of the iceberg, of course. Here’s the first verse:
Why’s she acting like a ho, this is so wrong, we all object
Where did she get the idea to act like a sexual object?
I suspect she is on drugs, I think she’s losing her mind
Did you see her shaking her ass on TV, singing ‘Blurred Lines’
Which is such a wholesome song, I can’t believe she ruined it
Her slutty moves made Robin Thicke look misogynistic
What a bitch, she makes me sick, doesn’t she have ethics?
How dare she try to use sex to sell pop music!
Okay, one more verse, to drive the point home.
“The line’s no longer blurred you crossed it and upset the nation
Don’t get us wrong, we’re super cool with objectification
But it’s hard to watch you play that part, we’ve know you for too long
So please go back to singing the Hannah Montana theme song
And we’ll go back to watching others do exactly what you did
And we won’t be offended cause we can not picture them as kids
And we’ll be cool with videos with women prancing around naked
And it won’t be sexist as long as the song’s a number one hit “
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