Rick Ross has been the center of controversy due to some offensive lyrics on his new track, U.O.E.N.O., and so far he's done about everything but offer a real apology.
In the song in question, the rapper describes a DISGUSTING scene in which he slips a drug into a woman's drink and then has sex with her without her knowledge. Basically, he's bragging about date rape.
Rick has offered a weak explanation for the song, claiming that because he never uses the word "rape," he obviously isn't condoning rape. Sorry, but we're not buying it.
The rapper has now taken to Twitter to offer an extremely half-assed apology, saying:
After one man threatened legal action over a cat's residence at Massachusetts' Swansea Public Library -over two THOUSAND people signed a petition to keep the kitty there.
The outpour of support has prompted the man to drop the lawsuit as long as there are signs that warn people there is a cat on the premise.
Here's what the cat hater said:
“The cat has gone all over the world. You’ve got the petition with over 2,000 people over a freaking cat. We’ve got pictures of the cat on Facebook laying on top of a laptop and they think this is ok. I just don’t understand it."
That may be, but people love cats.
So if you're allergic, take some Claritin, but don't make the cat leave the library!
Where is it gonna go???
Check out this very cat biased news story up (above) !!!
This could be the worst apology we’ve heard since Gap's racist tee fiasco!
Spanish clothier Mango recently came under fire for a necklace and bracelet set that was named “estilo esclavo,” which means “slave style” in English.
Two French actresses, Aissa Maiga and Sonia Rolland, brought attention to the issue by starting a “Slavery is not Fashion” petition, which garnered 1,604 signatures AND an apology from the company that stated: