Literally I Can't - Play-N-Skillz Feat. Redfoo, Lil Jon and Enertia McFly

First off, for everyone who was shocked and offended by this video, you're a moron and quite frankly, I would like to take a look at your iTunes library. For anyone who's crying sexism over this piece of crap -or over anything at all, really- while in position of even one Chris Brown song, it should be legal to shoot that person right in the back of the head. Not a fan of eugenics but I think we'd all agree the human race would be better off having that level of stupid out of the gene pool.

All going overboard aside, we got to consider the recipient of all the hate: We got freakin' Lil Jon so no surprise the guy who made this little gem made something misogynistic. Secondly, RedFoo, the scruffy hair having, next-level retarded hipster glasses wearing twat from LMFAO so of course it's gonna be a repetitive piece of shit only mental patients registering an IQ lesser than their shoe size would enjoy.

Now people are wanting RedFoo kicked off the X Factor, Australia. Of course, what TV executive down there thought that was a good to hire him? TV singing shows really appear to be at such a deficit for talent they're featuring third rate dance musicians, who's famous only because his daddy is Berry Gordy. When they hired him for the position, what did they expect? This isn't, after all, the first time he performed with known chronic misogynist Lil Jon and other drool-stained morons like him. It's all about the crowed you keep, my brotha!

Outside the audio track as a whole (I refuse to call it music), the most repugnant thing about this video is its very plot. Like every single thing this troop put out, the central theme is partying: the focal point of every talentless hack with access to a recording studio. If these girls didn't want to take part in what I can only assume is these guys' idea of having fun, they were free to leave. It's not like anyone in this video were holding them hostage.

Now, under the scrutiny of the piss-pants public, Redfoo apologized on facebook saying, "I get excited to create things that will unite all of us through laughter, dance & celebration. If during that process I offend anyone, I apologize from the bottom of my heart. In the future I will be more mindful of the way I present my art."

Yeah. Art. He's calling his drivel art. This well-known meme comes to mind.

But anyway, his FB post didn't come before trying to make his case on twitter:

Neither does, well, no need to construct that list. A real uphill battle of an argument so he tries again.

Not to say he doesn't believe it but it sounds copy and pasted from somewhere. That, and my guess is, to those offended, it's kind of like saying, "I'm not racist! I have a black friend!" after getting caught calling someone a nigger.

And, in a last ditch effort before his apology:

Yeah, RedFoo. You're stuff is so deep and complicated, not everyone would understand. Satirizing the cliché? Everything of his I've ever heard was a cheap, poorly put together party song. So what? Is his entire career a joke? If so, he sucks as a comedian.

Before his series of asinine "Facts" tweets, he tweeted:

Obviously calling himself an artist is laughable but he awkwardly stumbled onto a point. People love to use others, namely celebrities and politicians, as a medium to lash out in order to make themselves feel superior or win some kind of argument no one is even having. Their favorite subjects are sexism, racism and homophobia. It's a sad practice that's doing nothing but chilling speech and turning us into a society of politically correct pussies offended by our own shadow. Frankly, there is no help for those who need to lash out at the likes of RedFoo and, well, reference paragraph one.

After all, I don't excuse any of his pile of crap but I defend his right to make matter how shitty it may be.