Blac Chyna Drops First Single, Raps About Her P-ssy

Blac Chyna tried to warn us, people.

She actually gave us a heads-up on multiple occasions.

But nobody could take seriously someone who willingly had sex with Rob Kardashian, so here we are now, slack-jawked and aghast over Chyna releasing her very first single.

The track dropped on Monday, November 5 and it features Chyna rapping alongside such industry heavyweights as Yo Gotti and Jeremih.

It also features Chyna rapping about her most private of body parts.

“F-k you thought/Thinking you ‘bout to hop out the whip then hop up in this p-ssy /Talk that talk/ But when it’s time to pop a band you hop up and you shook,” the model says at one point, adding:

"These broke n-ggas don’t deserve p-ssy.”

It's unclear whether she is referencing Kardashian here or not.

Late last year, however, an insider said the following to Us Weekly of Chyna's plans:

“She’s in the studio hard at work, recording every day. Big name artists, producers and song writers."

And Chyna herself said something similar in a chat with the magazine XXL, making it clear that she was taking this whole music thing very seriously.

"When I do drop my music, I just don’t want it to be like, ‘Okay, Chyna’s taking this for granted, she’s not serious about this,”’ she said. “I want people to know that I am serious about this and I want to show my progression and my growth and what not."

Progression and growth are not typically words associated with Blac Chyna.

But Chyna asked in this same interview for folks to keep an "open eye, an open heart and an open ear."

That's fair, we guess.

As long as Chyna isn't getting back together with Kardashian, we're fine with pretty much anything she wants to do.

Also, dare we say it, but… this song isn't terrible!

Take a listen for yourself and see what you think!

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Virginia Tech Lax Team Raps N-Word, Is Very Sorry About It

Oops, folks…

… they're bad!

Earlier this week, members of the Virginia Tech women's lacrosse team didn't just record themselves singing along to Lil Dicky's "Freaky Friday."

They recorded themselves singing along to this explicit track AND released the footage on social media.

And because the women are all white, and because the lyrics include a certain N-Word, backlash against the athletes was swift and ferocious.

(For whatever it's worth, yes: "Freaky Friday" is the song in whose video Kendall Jenner stars and during which she's very excited about her vagina.)

After the video below made its way around YouTube and Head Coach John Sung made note of the comments, he said the following to The Roanoke Times:

"This is a teachable moment. It’s not something that we’re proud of. The team is very apologetic and sorry. There’s nobody of any color that should say it. Period.

"There’s nobody that should say it."

Sung insisted there “was no malice involved" and we tend to believe him.

"They just thought that they were singing along to a song," he added.

"They had just won. They’re singing songs. The first couple songs were Disney songs…They were celebrating and they were dancing and they were excited."

Some folks out there were satisfied with this apology.

Others, however, don't think any apology was even necessary.

Take radio host Clay Travis, for example, and his response to this so-called scandal on Twitter:

"Hey @Deadspin," he wrote, mentioning the name of a website that ran this story and asking:

"Was the Virginia Tech women’s team chanting racial slurs or were they singing along to one of the most popular rap songs in America? This is pathetic, and fake news."

It's actually an interesting debate:

Should any mea culpa have been required when these young women were just singing along to the words of a track?

Should white people avoid saying this epithet at ALL times, including this one?

Ponder your answer as you watch the footage in question:

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