Crude or Profane Language
Drug and Alcohol Content
Other Negative Elements
A line on "My Life" makes a case against absentee fathers.
Chyna Doll more than earns its parental advisory sticker with a constant flow of obscenities. Explicit references to intercourse and oral sex appear on "Tramp." Foxy calls herself a "big-ballin' b--ch" who pleasures a man while he's driving ("Hot Spot"). She warns a lover that the sex will stop if his finances dry up ("Job"). Sex is also a tool for manipulating men on "I Can't," "Baller B--ch" and the hopeless "My Life" (on the latter, she admits, "Sometimes I want to slit my wrists and end my life").Smoking marijuana, getting drunk and pimping whores are central to "4-5-6," which includes the cry, "F--- the law!" A violent streak runs through six tracks. "Bonnie and Clyde Part II" glamorizes armed robbery and a quest for cocaine. "Ride" boasts, "Blast rounds like a punk/Turn your belly to jelly . . . I'm always packing something to kill with." She also uses guns to defend her drug smuggling operation ("A Dog and a Fox" with DMX).
To hear a 19-year-old girl refer to her female peers as "b--ches" and "hos" is more than profane; it shows a mind-boggling lack of self-respect. Other bricks in the perverse wall of Chyna: sexual immorality, gangsta violence, obscene ranting, drugs and alcohol. A big thumbs-down.