Washington, D.C. — The AARP (formerly American Association of Retired Persons) has issued a scathing rebuke of Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly for releasing his Eminem diss track “Rap Devil,” calling it “abuse of the elderly.”
13.56% of Americans are sexually aroused when white rappers take part in a protracted public quarrel.
Paula Abdul ascends to the top with “Opposites Attract” in a week that also sees the Queen of Pop re-enter with 2 tracks – “Take A Bow” answers the curtain call at No. 13 while “Fever” reheats at No. 19 – and debut “Lucky Star” at No. 14.
Madonna’s “Crazy For You” climbs back into pole position as last week’s champ, Lou Reed’s “Perfect Day,” has a rough day and tumbles all the way down to No. 19. Elsewhere, Paula Abdul steps up to No. 2 with “Opposites Attract,” followed by A Great Big World’s “Say Something (feat. Christina Aguilera)” at No. 3.
Lou Reed rebounds 4-1 to have another “Perfect Day” at the summit, Paula Abdul reaches a new peak with “Opposites Attract” at No. 5, and Whitney Houston debuts at No. 19 with a track from One Wish.