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Smack That (feat. Eminem) song meanings
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    Great song... It helps teach aspiring young rap listeners that they too will get to smack around slutty women around if they get a multi-million dollar recording contract and drive an expensive sports car.

    Akon is a true role model. We need more people like him in this business.

    angrywhiteguyon December 13, 2006   Link
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    This song is sooo wrong its perverted and its saying that its ok to use women. I like the beat but the lyrics are disgusting and wrong! Its teaching everyone wrong which is making the world worse than it is!

    lifeismusic20on January 20, 2007   Link
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    I find it quite disturbing the number of people stating, 'who cares about the meaning, it's a great song'.

    Well, you should care about the meaning, music is a form of art and art is incredibly influential. This song sends a message about shite treatment of and regard for women, and considering yourself to be above everyone else because you drive a car who's name has lots of syllables in it.

    Nice one, Akon, you're a great role model for kids everywhere, you knob. Music like this is 'prole feed'.

    Anyone who wants to complain about me leaving a negative comment can lick my sack, the point of this website is to allow it's members to comment on their reactions, so you have to hear both points of view.

    fearon June 14, 2007   Link
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    I can't believe people actually like this.

    It's straight up in your face stating that he's proud to be a pig.

    I don't know what exactly ever happened to self-respect and respecting one another, but this is sick.

    mememe89on June 24, 2007   Link
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    this is a really deep, powerful and moving song about akon slapping womens asses. it's a masterpiece.

    kidding, of course. it is shit.

    winterkidon October 21, 2008   Link
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    yea i know its about strippers but like wut does he mean by "smack that"? lol i think i got an i dea but im not sure..

    babyphatsarahon October 31, 2006   Link
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    haha I swear eminem was mocking the female band Pussy Cat Dolls name by calling them " puddy cat dolls'

    Moderator06on March 04, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this song is bout strippers. I think it's better than tpains song

    loop-to-loopon September 29, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    WOOT!! this song rocks my effing sox!!!!

    bblinnon October 09, 2006   Link
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    great song...

    panicatd181on October 27, 2006   Link

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