In recent times, a number of songwriters have employed the use of puns and other literacy devices to communicate a thought to their audience. The argument has always been that these artistes try to play smart by employing wordplay just so they argue that the lyrics of their songs are not sexually explicit while others laud such artistes for their creativity.
Joining the list is a budding artiste, Young Rich whose single, ‘Di Me Ruff’ has stoked controversy in the music scene.
Per the concept of the groovy song, ‘Di Me Ruff’ when translated is ‘make mockery of me’ but some have read sexual connotations to the song as they assert Young Rich actually meant to say ‘bonk me real hard’.
In the song produced by Peewezel, the singer poses as an adult who questions a child why he would mock him despite the age difference.
“Children of nowadays have no respect for the elderly. You are mocking me? Why would you mock me? Keep making mockery of me,” he sang.
In the second verse, he switches to how some ladies bent on getting the attention of men put on provocative dresses and serves notice of his readiness to prove to such ladies he is man enough when they finally agree to make love.
Already, some ladies have recorded suggestive videos of themselves with the song in the background