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A few women are fed up with America’s acceptable date rape culture – and Rick Ross’ insensitive lyrics on Atlanta rapper Rocko’s new song “UOENO” – and they’re petitioning for the song to removed from the airwaves. 

Rick Ross’ offensive lyric goes as such: 

“Put Molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it/ I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it”

The petition was started by a young woman from Decatur, Georgia, who is absolutely fed up with hip-hop’s insensitive and offensive language towards women. 

On the petition, she states: 

Whether this statement is fact or fiction, it is both insensitive to rape victims, and offensive toward women. 

Rape is a detriment to a person’s physical, emotional, and psychological health, and to be made light of in a rap song on the radio is unacceptable.

If you agree, and would like this song to be taken off the radio, please sign this petition.

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The petition also calls for a public apology from the Maybach Music general. 

Rick Ross has been quite mum about his controversial lyrics, but maybe he’ll come around and clear things up. 

Do you agree with this petition? Should Rocko’s “UOENO” be pulled from the radio? 

Share your thoughts below!