WTF: Kiely Williams Celebrates Date Rape With ‘Spectacular’

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Johnny Firecloudby Johnny Firecloud

WTF: Kiely Williams Celebrates Date Rape With 'Spectacular'

Remember former “Cheetah Girl” Kiely Williams? Right, the one with the overbite and lackluster voice who never quite made a splash. It seems as if Kiely’s gotten her Bottom Rung membership card in the mail, because she’s back on the block with a new song called "Spectacular".

Is it spectacular? If you’re down with date-rape anthems, hell yes it is.

In the song, Kiely sets up the scene: “What was I drinking, I can’t believe I blacked out…" before recounting the step-by-step of sexual assault, and the resulting longing she had for her nameless attacker.

Try not to choke on your own shattered teeth from gritting so hard at the new depths that pop-whore sensationalism has sunk to as you listen for yourself: 

Lyrics: 

Last I remember I was face down
Ass up, clothes off, broke off, dozed off
Even though I’m not sure of his name
He could get it again if he wanted
Cause the sex was spectacular
The sex was spectacular
The sex was spectacular
The sex was spectacular

I think he pulled a track out when he was blowing my back out
What was I drinking? I can’t believe I blacked out…
I must have been on drugs…
I hope he used a rubber or
Imma be in trouble
Promise I don’t remember
except for rolling over

There aren’t many ways to interpret the storyline outside the fact that a girl got hammered, possibly slipped a roofie, and was used as a sex-toy by an aggressive attacker she neither knew or remembers. That, and the fact that she loved it and wishes he’d come back around and do it again.

Glamorizing date rape is the next predictable step in the great spiral staircase to hell that pop culture’s been tumbling down for the past several years, so this should come as no surprise to anyone. But according to Kiely, she’s not doing that at all. Ready for some ridiculous backpedaling?

I am an actor and performer. I have been so since my first role in a television pilot at five years old. I played a character when I was a “Cheetah Girl.” I am playing a character in the music video for the song “Spectacular,” as I did in the “Cheetah Girl” movies. The fact is, that sometimes women get intoxicated and have unprotected sex. My video puts this issue front and center. It is absurd to infer or suggest that I am condoning this behavior. Are Lady Gaga and Beyonce advocating murder with the “Telephone” video? Of, course not. Was Rihanna encouraging suicide with “Russian Roulette?” No. Was Madonna suggesting that young unmarried girls get pregnant with “Papa Don’t Preach?” I don’t think so. Is Academy Award winner Monique a proponent of incest because of her portrayal of Mary in the movie “Precious.” Clearly, the answer is no. I wrote “Spectacular” and made the video to bring attention to a serious women’s health and safety issue. Don’t shoot the messenger. – Kiely Williams

You can draw your own conclusions there. I just wanna wash my hands of this talentless sensationalist.