As much as the “Ratchet Girl Anthem” song, “Ooo, She ratchet” for the ones who didn’t know the song actually had a name, was enjoyable to laugh at, I do not understand why an actual music video was made.
I didn’t think it needed to go further than them sitting in front of their webcam, with dramatic facial expression and comedic voices.
It gives me of the whole “give someone an inch, and they’ll take a mile”, or however the saying goes, type of vibe.
The large amount of hits they received on Youtube boosted heir heads a little too much, therefore causing them to feel the need to make a music video.
I dont like it because it’s implying that girls find as much pleasure in petty drama and violence among other girls to the point that it’s as enjoyable to them as watching organized sports is for guys.
I don’t pride myself in watching bad girls club lol
It’s a guilty pleasure. Something I’d be embarrassed to admit to someone who I know doesnt watch the show.
So please… let’s not compare it to the NBA play offs
I agree, but I believe it IS the female equivalent of the NBA Finals. Moreso on the entertainment and excitement level, than the fact the females on the show are petty, childish, and then try to redeem themselves at a reunion.
I hate how some people don’t “believe in” men being bisexual. They simply think, “If you’re a man that likes men, you’re gay”.
I, being a male who considers himself bisexual, don’t agree. I am sexually attracted to both males and females. Meaning, I can be physically, mentally, and emotionally attracted to either sex. That’s why I hate labels. I usually tell people I’m attracted to one’s personality, more so than their sex.
I WILL say, however, I believe some gay men claim to be bisexual out of fear.
Out of fear of not being accepted by society, their peers, their family, etc.
Or out of the fear to accept that they are indeed gay.
I love them both. Growing up I was closer with my mother, simply because my father was in the Navy and he was always shipped out. As of now, I feel closer to my father. I think it’s due to me being a man. Actually. I don’t know why it is.