Martha and Ludacris are at it again, and this time he demonstrated his ridiculous "feminist" ideas in practice. While the sentiment is admirable, he's difficult to take seriously when he speaks about giving women a voice on his album.

When it is said in the same breath as making a euphemism about how a "bad woman" (bad as in good) is a woman who knows her way around the "kitchen," and when his songs mainly feature various ways to treat the female body solely as a sexual object, it is hard to believe he is doing anything other than taking their voices away.