Pink reader Brock gave me the head’s up that Kevin Federline, who recently appeared on the cover of People magazine and at a bowling alley in Woodland Hills, CA, has released a new rap song for public consumption. Brock warned me that the track was full of sterotypes about African Americans but, honestly, I wasn’t really sure what that meant. I mean, would a Caucasian rapper really record a song that could be offensive to African Americans if he really wanted to have a successful music career? Could someone be that stupid? The answer, unfortunately, is yes:
UPDATE: Pink reader Christina informs me that this song hosted by AllHipHop.com is NOT Kevin Federline and is, in fact, a parody created by KROQ. If interested, you can click HERE to hear the track in full for yourselves but, personally, I don’t find it very funny at all. The racial stereotyping is pretty gross.