Recently Chris Brown in his continued villain act due to being the feminist version of The Joker (and eternal reminder to the world that young men beat women) decided to hop on stage at the Emerson Theater in Hollywood and remind us men that we need to claim our women. Observe…
“Every guy in this building has said one thing to their female … If you’re not an insecure nigga, and you let her have fun with her friends, I applaud you. But you gotta say that one thing to her, and I made this shit up. [sings] Don’t make me have to tell you again, that that’s my pussy baby! It is mine, baby, babe, mine. Don’t make me have to tell you again, that that’s my pussy baby. It’s mine girl, it’s mine girl, it’s mine… So you better not give it away.
So every person in this motherfuckin’ building, if you got a bad bitch you better say that to her. Cause she might fuck another nigga.”
Here’s the thing, the man must have been drunk because from this side it looks as if he’s talking out of the side of his mouth on some bull. Let’s skip past the diss to women as objects and look at what he’s really saying.
Before your girl has fun with her friends, Chris warns that you must tell her – just like pimps do – that her pussy is yours. Let’s picture this scenario in our heads for a bit, and let us imagine ourselves saying this to a woman on her way out the door for girls night out…
“Look girl, I let you go out and have fun with your girls but you better believe that pussy is mine. You remember whose pussy that is goddamnit, it is mine!”
I’m sure you follow that up with some R&B harmonious singing and a slap on the ass as you slam the door to preach on Twitter… or whatever else this generation’s Chris Brown types do.
Where I’m from, that sort of behavior is not macho, it’s what bitch-made guys do, do you know why? Well the act of handcuffing a woman is activity done by insecure males, who are either extremely worried that they are not good enough for a woman’s loyalty, or they believe that women are so wild and stupid that any man with game can lay them… unless of course they are reminded whose pussy this is.
Chris Brown has droves of female fans, some of them may be your sisters, daughters, and even mothers. These fans make me wonder… what are you thinking? Even when we separate the artist’s personal life from his craft (I’m sure he sings really pretty), does it not worry you that some of this rhetoric may find itself into his lyrics?
No, I won’t be telling my girl that I own her pussy, just like she won’t be telling me that she owns my dick. This may be pimping 101 but the last time I checked I don’t have girls paying me to manage their sex-craft… we are men not pimps. I leave with this one reply to Chris Brown’s advice men – remember to keep it classy, and if you find that you have to handcuff a girl you may need to reconsider your position in her life.See some words or phrases that you don't understand? Check out The Dragon's Lexicon.