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Last week, we reported that a fraternity’s rendition of the classic Beatles song “Hey Jude” outside the Alpha Delta Pi house was starting to stir the outrage pot at Ohio University. Some senior journalism major, unaffiliated with the two organizations, walked by, saw it as her career launching “gotchya” moment, and recorded seven seconds of Acacia serenading the ADPis with the lyrical fire that was “Send nudes, don’t let me down. Take my soft dick and make it harder.”
"Send nudes, don't let me down. Take my soft dick and make it harder." – fraternity brothers singing to sorority pic.twitter.com/60khMIJOs2
— Olivia Hitchcock (@ohitchcock) October 29, 2015
She filmed, uploaded, posted, and shared all without asking questions. Journalism! Real tight ship they’re running over at The Post.
“Look at these misogynistic pigs perpetuating rape culture. Disgusting.”
Or, you know, it was just a humorous dirty song that the girls were probably laughing at throughout. ADPi did in fact tell The Post that the video was taken out of context in case it wasn’t already obvious enough. But I guess I’m giving people too much credit, as Ohio University has since put Acacia on suspension pending a further investigation into this harmless, playful song.
How this is even news to begin with is beyond me. Fraternities have been serenading sororities with songs like this since the dawn of the Greek system. I, myself, brought down many a house with my brothers and our angelic remixes of “Fuck You Gently” and “Inside Of You.” The girls we sang to weren’t appalled or outraged. They laughed and even gave us standing ovations on occasion. But hey, let’s just overlook any detail that doesn’t fit with the “fraternities are vile, entitled monsters” rhetoric..
[via Athens News]
Image via Court Street Stories