Warning: the following song contains offensive material on several levels. First of all, there's kids making fun of other kids and saying mean thangs about kids' moms. As your DARE officer said, teasing isn't cool, and skateboarding is dangerous. Secondly, there's a candid description of a drug epidemic, a portrayal of the prostitution of desperation, and a fatalist attitude that gets us nowhere. There's offensive, insensitve language. Did I mention the vicious msyogeny? No? Well I should. Because there's a lot of it. The rapper actually exploits a crackhead's need for a hit to satisfy his own sexual desires, taking it from bad to evil.
But its kinda funny. A little bit. At least in the same way that many terrible jokes are funny.
So what to do? What are the ethical implications of listening to, playing and sharing music with specific negative messages? Context matters, and you probably can listen to stuff as an "joke" with out doing too much harm, but where does irony end? Do jokes excuse evil shit?
The Doggs- Your Mama's On Crack Rock