At a kickoff event for yet another public relations campaign at its national convention last week, the National Education Association played “Wobble” by V.I.C., a lewd, sexually-oriented recording that includes the highly offensive racial word “nigga” and the rapper discussing the “tool in his pants.”
Called “Raise Your Hand,” the event was billed as one that would assist with “empowering educators to lead.”
Watch the video to see all the geriatric education “leaders” dancing to a song that says, “when it's over you ain't gon need ya vibrator.”
What we actually need are a lot of new teachers who would never consider listening to, let alone dancing to, recordings with lyrics that reduce women to nothing more than objects of sexual perversion and abuse.
The educators in the video are the self-proclaimed “professionals” who say they deserve higher pay and more respect. Is this their way of proving it?
Do the professional women of the NEA really approve of this type of “music?”
Partial lyrics from azlyrics.com:
I got em' shakin their boobies like congos,
Man I'm shaking the city like quakes.
The haters blue the face like gonzo,
Cause I'm rakin a cake so let's bake.
I'm taking the game, the games mine.
Ya'll witness a change it's my time.
Yea I'm new to the game but ya'll might wanna save ya whack raps daylight saving time
I could dance homie, I don't 2-step,
Ya'll looking at something like a true player.
A girl told me that a man that could dance might could possibly get down with the tool in his pants.
Now all my ladies let me see you vibrate.
And when it's over you ain't gon need ya vibrator.
Cause I'm a pro, make ya bend ya back low den just pound it real fast just like purkulator
Kyle is founder of Education Action Group and EAGnews.org, a news service dedicated to education reform and school spending research, reporting, analysis and commentary.
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