yup, that sounds right... free should be punished....
AND YALL WILL DISAGREE, but FREE IS SETTING A "HORRIBLE" EXAMPLE FOR children and the kids on that show... by posing in king, and numerous appearances on songs where shes doing nothign but spitting s3xually explicit lyrics, and expecting these kids NOT to hear it or about it...
if you want to be a woman in public and a nasty girl behind the doors, FINE, BUT IF YOU GOT A PROFESSION WHERE YOU ARE BEING IN FRONT OF YOUNG KIDS, you cant a.ssociate yourself with that stuff
i hate to be bill cosby but in my day, we didnt grow up singing songs like "candy shop", "nekkid", etc... sh*t is disgusting...106npark is basically a b2k/bow wow audience, and there a ton of videos that are innapropriate for them...
kids are growing up with a "grown" mentality waay to early in life, b/c of what they see on tv and the lack of parenting at home...
THE ONLY DOUBLE STANDARD THAT I SEE is that BET allows kids to vote s3xually explicit songs or innopropriate songs into the countdown, but free is NOT ALLOWED TO participate in those songs...b/c it makes a bad example of BET... but bet was smart, they'd cut all the innopropriate songs from the countdown, and keep that sh*t on rap city/center
alot of truth in that response, props mayne.
growing up, i really didnt think the music was that bad. i was listening to hardcore rap at a really young age, and it definately does affect kids looking back at my life now. for sure.
BET in general is fu*king up. Im white, but even as a white person i am offended at their programing. they are NOT promoting the right things to youths (especially african american) at all.
90% of their programming is music videos with horrible values. now im a hip hop head too, dont get me wrong, but they are milking this sh*t to get as much money as they can regardless of what values they portray.
can anyone name anything on BET that is positive anymore? besides the gospel sundays, its all bullsh*t. aimed at selling. like maroon said, BET needs to take responsibility for what they promote.