‘Some Say That’s Statutory’: Fans Just Learned Kid Rock’s Osmosis Jones Song Is About Sex With Underage Girls!

We were shocked – shocked we tell you – to hear kid Rock Can’t be such a smart man!

In recent years the rocker has been known more for his politics than his music. Donald Trump Hollywood and celebrities used to bash the elite – but surrounded himself with celebs whenever he could. It’s The Only People He Could Ever Get Into Like The C-Listers Were Dean Cain And Kevin Sorbo, kid rock was one of these stars,

In fact, he even later claimed President asked him for advice Isis and North Korea – and he was thankfully self-aware enough to know that he had no such questions being asked!

recent baby (real name Robert Richie, was seen walking with Kanye West And Ray J At the premiere of Orthodox Pandit Candace Owens‘ new movie. But he is actually creating controversy not for something he did in the last few years but for what he did two decades Earlier

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Social media users have recently searched for the lyrics of a song bawitdaba Singer performed on the soundtrack osmosis zones, For those who don’t remember, the 2001 cartoon film was a boy cop comedy for children featuring a white blood cell and a cold pill (played by) Chris Rock And David Hyde Piercerespectively) team up to defeat a virus inside Bill Murraybody of At one point the pair investigate a nightclub called The Zit, in which a band called “Kidney Rock” is performing. Kid Rock and . germ version of Joe C can be seen performing a song called cool daddy cool, This is the song people are learning right now.

There are references to “Hos” and drugs and alcohol—all things that don’t really fit the movie’s PG rating—but there is one line in particular that would be disturbing even if it weren’t in a children’s movie. But doubly so because it is. Kid Rock and Joe C Rap:

“I’m paid on my cell phone, gee, can’t call me, just page me
young ladies, young ladies, i like to see them younger
Some say it is legal (but I say it is mandatory)”

(Note: that last bit is in parentheses because that’s what C calls it.)

So yes. Kid Rock actually did a song on a kid’s movie soundtrack for a song that claimed statutory rape and liking them “younger”. very nice. Twitter And TIC Toc Users started posting about it earlier this month, and it went pretty viral — probably the first time anything was a hit with a box office flop!


I don’t remember this part of Osmosis Jones #greenscreenvideos #kid Rock #osmosiszones #fyp

Original Soundtrack – Sarah Smith

People who had known the film since childhood were in disbelief, but one by one they tracked down the songs, as we did, they saw that it was all very real.

However, any of us have a good reason to remember it. Those songs cannot be heard in the actual film, as the song has been edited out. but you can do Watch their cartoon versions in full action – Joe Is On the film’s soundtrack — in “Music Video” (below):

We have lots of questions. First, was that line edited for the time being only? or because by the time they were editing the movie someone had eventually Have you heard the song Kid Rock Turn In?? Second, why is it still on the soundtrack – for a children’s film – completely unedited? Eve! Third, and maybe that’s the real question… WTF?! How did it come to be a children’s movie in the first place?

Did one executive think, “Kid Rock? Like rock ‘n’ roll for kids? That’s great!” Did he think he was related to star Chris Rock, and they were doing him a favor? Also… what was Kid Rock thinking with those songs? what the filmmakers told them to do osmosis zones what r kelly done for space JamAnd he took it the wrong way?!

Not So Hilarious As It Turns Out, R Kelly Is Too On the soundtrack of the film. Of course he was. He loved performing for kids. for some reason, Of course, the R Kelly track has been removed from Spotify Album version.

The thing about these songs is that there is no way to misinterpret them. It’s right there, he wrote about liking underage girls after claiming a “sex rhyme”. gross. And they put it on the soundtrack of a children’s movie. more gross.

You can read the full song for yourself Here,

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