Oral sex lyrics unfit for airplay
THE EDITOR, Sir:
I was listening to FAME FM on Tuesday, May 5, 2015, when I heard the disc jock air the following at 7:46 a.m., from the song Ayo by Chris Brown, featuring Tyga:
"I wanna see her body (body),
She said get inside of me,
I wanna feel you baby (yeah),
Just bring the animal right out of me,
We loving, she love it,
Especially when I go down on her."
The lyric 'She said get inside of me' is clearly referencing sexual intercourse; the woman is asking the man to enter her, and, clearly, the lyric 'Especially when I go down on her' referenced oral sex, since 'go down' in hip hop culture is giving oral sex.
Is it that the offending disc jock is so unaware of the terms and references of the hip hop culture that he felt it was appropriate for that partially edited version of the song to be aired, or is it that he does not care?
The operators of FAME FM breached the Children's Code for Programming - Graphic Sexual Content (S2) (C), and Section 30 (D) of the Television and Sound Broadcasting Regulations.