This Year’s Oscars Full Of Mafia, Bitches And Pimps

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In a normal year, the Best Song nominations at the Oscars are the dullest part of an already pretty dull ceremony. But not this year – the Oscars this year will be packed with all kind of funky swearing.

You see, It’s Hard Out There For A Pimp – from the Hustle & Flow soundtrack – is up for the Best Song Oscar. And that means that Three 6 Mafia get to perform it in front of the whole world. Only problem is that it’s a dirty dirty song. So Three 6 Mafia have agreed to change all the bad words in the song when they perform it. But, in a partial victory, the group are still allowed to say the word "bitches." Hooray for bitches!

Usually the performances of the songs nominated for the Best Song
category in the Oscars are so far beyond dull that most viewers
literally contemplate taking their own lives rather than listen to Enya
wailing about bloody elves over and over again for six minutes. But
this year’s Oscars might be a bit different – Oscars organisers are
allowing a group to say the word "bitches," during their performance.

Three 6 Mafia (CDs) are to perform Hustle & Flow‘s It’s Hard Out There
For A Pimp
during the Oscars ceremony – the first time a rap song has
ever been performed at the Oscars. The original version of It’s Hard
Out There For A Pimp
is riddled with all sorts of profanities, so Three
6 Mafia are only being allowed to perform if they change most of the
words. Aaron Rosenberg, the lawyer for Three 6 Mafia, said:

"They worked hard to clean it up as much as possible without compromising their artistic integrity."

But
at least Three 6 Mafia are still allowed to keep the word "bitches" in
their song, something which obviously pleases rapper Juicy J:

"As long as the Academy approves it, it’s cool."

Which
is great, now that bitches is officially OK to say at the Oscars, is it
too much to ask that everyone who presents or accepts an award squeezes
the word bitches into their speeches as many times as they can? Bitches.

Read more:

Minor cuts for Oscar rap number – BBC

[story by Stuart Heritage]

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