Ludacris: The Lyrics of Hope or Hate?

The marginally talented rapper Christopher Bridges (stage name Ludacris) has just unleashed a vitriolic attack on women, senior citizens, and the disabled. The song is titled Politics: Obama Is Here, and stands as a constant reminder to all decent Americans that rap music should be censored in the name of human decency. A few disgusting lyrics from the song:

Hillary hated on you, so that bitch is irrelevant

Can these type of misogynistic attacks be allowed in the post-Imus era? So Hillary Clinton roughed up Barry a bit on the campaign trial, so that makes her a bitch? I thought we had come far enough with respect to gender relations to put these hateful words to rest.

The Ludacris invoked bitter and painful memories of historical racial violence to instill fear in the hearts of White Americans. Why does the Ludacris want White people terrified?

The threats ain’t fazing us, the nooses or the jokes
So get off your ass, black people, it’s time to get out and vote!
Paint the White House black and I’m sure that’s got ’em terrified

Next, the rapper denigrates the senile pudding-brained U.S. Senator John McCain. He also manages to insult the mentally disabled by including Jorge Boosh in their ranks. The word handicap is a disparaging term that refers to physically and mentally disabled individuals who had to beg on the street corner with their hat in their hand. The Ludacris’s blatantly insensitive choice of words reveals a man with a depraved heart and no conscience for the afflicted.

McCain don’t belong in ANY chair unless he’s paralyzed
Yeah I said it cause Bush is mentally handicapped

Ludacris even went as far as requesting preferential treatment, in the form of a pardon, from a president Obama if he finds himself incarcerated. It seems that the Ludacris thinks that if a Democratic front-runner listens to your songs on the I-Pod, than you are guaranteed a VP slot on the ticket.

Well give Luda a special pardon if I’m ever in the slammer
Better yet put him in office, make me your vice president

Please boycott the Ludacris by refusing to buy his albums or see any of his movies. He is a wanna-be gangsta rapper, a mama’s boy crybaby punk, and was pathetic in the movie “Crash.”

27 Responses to “Ludacris: The Lyrics of Hope or Hate?”

  1. 1 c
    July 30, 2008 at 3:42 pm

    i want to say something, but i’m not sure what without sounding like a fool.
    This is the kind of stuff that takes us waaaaay back.

    We have a long way to go as far as the human race is concerned.
    And folks will latch onto this and say, “See?”
    That’s what gets to me.
    If one want to present themselves as politically and socially conscious, then one should actually be that.

    Those lyrics sound like a childish tantrum.

  2. August 1, 2008 at 1:46 pm

    Oh my God.. This lyrics is not just childish, but also full of stereotypes and seems for a alittle racist too.
    Bush or Mccain have enough obvious faults and issue to be discussed intellectually. Insulting has exactly has the vice versa reflection. The person hides his real behind the mask of innocence.

    It was what made Mr Ahmadinejad win the presidential election, when the opposite groups started to insult and disrespect him in Iranian public media. So Iranians assumed him to be an innocent person who really wants to solve problems in Iran.

  3. 3 javavoodoo
    August 1, 2008 at 6:11 pm

    “Can these type of misogynistic attacks be allowed in the post-Imus era? So Hillary Clinton roughed up Barry a bit on the campaign trial, so that makes her a bitch? I thought we had come far enough with respect to gender relations to put these hateful words to rest.”

    Please, if you listen to ANY rap music you’ll have to agree that this stuff is bland like Wonder Bread. But you have no problem calling Barack “Barry” so I’m feeling like maybe you’re a little sensitive on the issue of Hillary vs Obama.

  4. August 1, 2008 at 9:37 pm

    c: I agree totally. I think this rap was the product of a late-night studio toke session. Does the Ludacris have handlers with veto authority? Definitely not a constructive addition to the political analysis landscape. I am thankful for its comedic value though.

    Shahrzad: These types of attacks do detract from the substance of the argument against these political figures. McCain will probably cite this song as an example of the attacks from the Hollywood left and their rapper minions for fund raising purposes.

    javavoodoo: Why does calling Obama “Barry” indicative my sensitivity on the issue of Hillary vs. Obama? Methinks you are reading a little too much into the discussion. Please review my Hillary posts if you are so inclined.


  5. August 2, 2008 at 3:49 pm

    Nice new look for your blog, Johnny.

    Those lyrics are terrible. I wonder how Obama is reacting to this. First he’ll say something about how he doesn’t agree and how this doesn’t represent his personal views and then he’ll say something to Ludacris like, just kidding, dawg, you know I got your back.

  6. 6 dummidumbwit
    August 2, 2008 at 7:08 pm

    Snoop Dog went on Larry King and said seriously, he likes Obama, then He went off and cited KKK Obama links, he’s older and been in business longer and seeking to not damage the Obama candidacy with the 527 crowd, keeps em guessing. I still can’t figure out why I think Eminem is a thug, but I kinda like Snoop, it makes sense emotionally but not logically.

  7. August 4, 2008 at 6:36 am

    FW: Thanks you for the nice compliment on my blog. I got bored with the old look. Yeah, the campaign came out pretty quick to distance itself from the rap’s message. I am sure Obama and Co. will more than happy to accept his in-kind support though. Another reason that entertainment people need to stay in their lanes.

    DD: I think the KKK only gave the money to Obama’s white half.

    Snoop’s quotes from the Guardian article:

    “The KKK gave Obama money,” the Dog said bluntly.

    “They was one of his biggest supporters.”

    “YES. Why wouldn’t they be? The media won’t tell you that.”

    “They don’t want you to know that. They just want you to know that this nigger befriended this other nigger who be threatening your values.”

    “But we all know all presidents lie to get into office. That’s they job.”

    He was asked if America is racist. His answer: “’America is built on racism. IT IS!” he screeches.

  8. August 17, 2008 at 4:22 am

    It is a very BIG frustrating when I read this. It clearly shows the hatred is still there, in his heart. Yesterday is a history; supposed he shouldn’t be bothered with the entire nightmare from the past.

  9. 9 Aaron
    December 18, 2008 at 9:37 pm

    …Wow… I can’t believe that someone would write this. “Marginally talented?” If that were the case, he wouldn’t have survived this long in the rap business. And all of you take these songs too seriously. Some of them actually are fun and games. Just because he rapped it does not mean that everything in his songs in exactly how he feels.

  10. December 18, 2008 at 9:47 pm

    Aaron: Believe it Dawg! Ludiculous is a pre-fab Hip-Pop sucker who couldn’t cut it without his handler’s programmed lifted beats, ghost-written lyrics, and P.R. crafted vanilla exterior. He is a media creation with a million dollar ad budget aimed to convince the tasteless moronic consumer sheep that he got skills. Bump him and the Big Money suits who wrote his worthless script.

  11. 11 dummidumbwit
    January 5, 2009 at 11:32 am

    I remember a black friend of mine telling me how Eminem has it down and I was devastated thinking that he was only a Vanilla Ice with a harder edge.So much of the experience of Rappers, especially Gansta’s is alien to me, but the nihilism of the 60’s is my own vice to examine the flaws in society? One has to think that the black experience, like any other American experience will eventually come to a more positive ending, but presuming to know what that might be as a white person is probably counter-productive, so I end up thinking Snoop is significant as an artist and a poet and Eminem is a piece of shit? Ludiculous occurred after my Hi Fi addiction and into my PC/Gaming blogging addictions so I have no opinion other than Eminem sucks.

  12. 12 Anonymous
    January 28, 2009 at 8:53 am


  13. 13 TRUTH
    January 28, 2009 at 8:55 am


  14. January 31, 2009 at 10:32 pm

    Troof: Kill the caps and learn some punctuation. If you play your cards right, a two digit hourly wage just might be in your future.

  15. February 2, 2009 at 11:29 pm

    Wow…Yall sum frickin hataz….Luda raw az hell so shut yall azz up and quit wastin yall tyme makin websites lyke diz. U must not have nuthin else betta w/ yo lyfe. U tryin 2 boycott him and he still go b doin him while u doin lil pathetic lil stuff lyke diz!

  16. 16 me
    February 3, 2009 at 3:06 am

    Yeah! what Tusshie said!
    AND you all, especially Johnny freaking Pee.p.er(s) with the picture of a retard, need to get a life!
    shit! Johnny Peepers you’re so full of bull shit!
    go fuck yourself.

  17. February 3, 2009 at 11:29 am

    Tusshie: I appreciate any and all feedback on my posts, even illiterate and incoherent disagreements with the subject matter. I am overwhelmingly impressed that you were able to make out most of the words. I am unsure of the basis for your disagreement, but that is due more to my ignorance of moronic sub-culture linguistics than any fault of your own.

    me: Due to the intersection of unfortunate genetic pairings and a volatile and toxic pre-natal experience, my appearance may not warrant a GQ cover. That being acknowledged, you should be ashamed of yourself for attempting to make me feel inferior for the way I look. I am stronger than your hate and pity you for projecting your feelings of insecurity on others.

  18. 18 dummidumbwit
    February 5, 2009 at 3:41 am

    The stuff ain’t bad really, I prefer the cowboy junkies version but it’s a helluva song?

  19. 19 Reptieye
    February 18, 2009 at 10:54 pm

    Ludacris is the best dirty south rapper there is and if you don’t have anything better to do than hate on his songs than maybe you should just jump off the highest building around you

  20. 20 Manco
    February 19, 2009 at 9:42 pm

    Reptieye: Just how many Dirty South songs have you truly heard? I don’t think you’re intelligent enough to debate the merits of Ludacris and his highly calculated songs made purely for profit and to puff up an image. He’s pure shite, enough said.

  21. February 23, 2009 at 12:37 am

    To all you lobotomized Ludacris apologists. Your punk-ass, corporate do-boy, weak rapping idol apologized to massa McCain for hating on him. The sucka is weak and spineless.

    “Ludacris, the self-proclaimed “mouth of the south,” made nice with former presidential hopeful John McCain over this past weekend, after making some disparaging remarks about the Republican Arizona senator on record last year.

    The rapper/actor reportedly apologized to McCain and his wife Cindy during last Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game according to E! Online.”


  22. 22 dummidumbwit
    February 23, 2009 at 9:14 am

    The problem with the Far Left ideology is that you go from the victory of Food Stamp assistance to the poor people from LBJ’s war on Poverty in the 60’s to the idiot lefties getting all bent out of shape about childhood obesity in 2009, leaving an opening for the Far right to get us back to starving the poor again in the future? A combination of Idiot far lefties and Idiot far righties is the war on smoking cigarettes within 500 miles of anyone else, that’s who’s running the country, the anti-smoking clique!!!Go back to slowly committing suicide with age old alcohol and Tobacco and peace and love will flourish on earth again.All the Felon’s in Prison are more likely to get their hands on Narcotics than a cigarette, that’s what wrong with America.

  23. 23 Manco
    February 24, 2009 at 6:19 pm

    I’m sorry, Dimwit, you’ll have to retype your comment above. Most of us don’t read gibberish. If you would be so kind as to present your argument in a way that makes, I don’t know, SENSE!

    What the hell are you talking about? At least far-lefties and righties can make their points, even if it’s wrong or completely illogical. At least you know what they’re talking about. What the fuck are you talking about, you friggin’ dolt?

  24. 24 dummidumbwit
    February 26, 2009 at 3:01 pm

    As always, good point Tobie, I’m looking to do a post on the ?”Hospital that Ate Normal” (Normal Illinois, my home) but I can’t find enough old pictures of the hospital from the 50’s,60’s, 70’s yet to make my point visually which is that the people running the anti smoking mafia are also behind the insured people getting their butts kissed for $$$$ while the uninsured sit for hours in the emergency rooms to be screamed at for their dysfunctional poverty ruled lifestyles and how that reflects politics writ large, but I don’t think Johnny wants this work done in his comments section?

  25. 26 Sensible
    December 3, 2009 at 5:17 am

    Dear Mr. “Peepers,”

    Please get off your high horse, you are clearly missing the point.

  26. December 4, 2009 at 7:09 pm


    I might need a little help here. What exactly was the point? If it was satire, Luciculous needs to stick to rappin’ about bitches and money.

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