@Beatnik24, Cool story bro. Some facts 1. You're a nobody and 2pac is a legend. Your opinion neither does matter nor will change anything. 2. This is not a misogyny song. He only disses women that behave like hoes and sluts !! 2pac actually loved women A LOT. At least the females who respect themselves.
And there's nothing worst than seeing women co-sign men's misogyny. Please demand better for yourself and your daughters and don't tolerate being treated as if you are subservient and inferior. Love starts at home. Love yourself first.
Definitely can't get into this song as much, especially as someone with feminist politics and values. The intent of his message is completely lost with his patriarchal male privilege and his need to assert himself as some kind of authority over women to even be in the position to tell her why she would deserve to be degraded. It's an awful message really. At least "Brenda Had A baby" didn't have this kind of misogyny and snark attached to it. I love Pac, but this is the side of him I don't love. If you can't respect the female gender, you sure and the hell; can't respect yourself and the human being whose body you came out of. So many people out there need to get their hearts and their minds right. SMASH PATRIARCHY!
Still lookin' for a rich man, you dug a ditch, got your legs up tryin' to get rich. I love ya like a sister but you got to switch, and that's why they call you bitch.  classic track. great lyrics and production is sick. the bass is bangin.