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More satire from Stuffed (we think, although the story is certainly

Posted by watchingcyfswatchnewzealand on March 18, 2007

As posted on CYFSWATCH NZ

More satire from Stuffed (we think, although the story is certainly plausible).
Sunday, 18.03.2007, 07:09pm (GMT12)

Sue Bradford to ban Akon song    

Written by Poorie Black   

Friday, 16 March 2007

 

Sue Bradford has slammed international musician Akon. She claims that his song ‘smack that’ is encouraging parents to hit their children.
I feel you creepin’, I can see you from my shadow.
smack that, all on the floor,
smack that, give me some more,
smack that, ’till you get sore
smack that, oooh.

Above are the lyrics from Akon’s ‘smack that’ which Bradford says condones the abuse of children. Braford has subsequently asked for the song to be banned or censored. Sue Bradford recently put a bill forward to stop parents from smacking their kids. Because she said so.

Braford who is now 54 years old is out of touch with the times. She fails to realise that ‘smack that’ is a sexual reference. Old Sue thinks that Akon has written a hit song about disciplining his child. All Akon wants to do is smack his big bottomed concubine on the floor, some more, until she is sore, ooooh. This can be seen as very affectionate behaviour in the hip hop world.

Little does Bradford realise that she actually inspired the song. It happened during Akon’s first trip to New Zealand. He was meeting ‘P Money’ to record their single ‘keep on calling’. Akon and P (not the drug but the guy by the same name who looks like he has been on P for a few years) were out drinking in K-Road one night. Just down the road a horny and drunk Sue was out drinking Jagermeister shots (cause it’s herbal alcohol).

To cut a long story short they both left their respective bars at the same time. Sue was walking behind Akon and couldn’t help but think that this black man may just be able to fill a gap in her life left by having five kids. Akon was humming what was to be smack that lyrics ‘I feel you creepin’, I can see you from my shadow’ as he could feel Sue approaching.

The pair dialogued and were soon jumping in a cab together (the cab was changed to a Lamborghini Gallardo in the song for effect). Soon enough Akon was getting his grey wings and Sue was being smacked. She is over 15 (by a long long way) and therefore found the smacking appropriate in this circumstance.

So the very song she inspired which is now a global hit is the very song she is lobbying to have banned. Contradictions are rife.

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