The song, which tries to deal with race relations, has been bashed relentlessly by Twitter and various publications. At first the two were quite defiant about the song, but now it seems like there's some regrets.
It's not something that's disappeared. Simply something that's not seen as much. And music has always been privy to that fact: From songs like "Ebony And Ivory" by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder, to War's "Why Can't We Be Friends" to Michael Jackson's "Black Or White" - Just to name a few.
The controversial collaboration on "Accidental Racist" between Brad Paisley adn LL Cool J attempted to close America's racial divide, but instead, made this unlikely duo look a little misinformed and dismissive.
I guess this song means we're all accidently racist. Right?
We don't really know what the hell is going on with this collaboration, but LL Cool J linked up with country star Brad Paisley on socially conscious song "Accidently Racist."
The alleged burglar who got beat up by LL Cool J after invading the rapper's home, has officially been charged with first-degree burglary charges and could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted.