Example 1: Akon discusses trying to describe an incredibly hot girl without being disrespectful. This happens directly proceeding a line calling girls back home "neighbourhood ho's" and directly preceeding the chorus in which he calls the girl a "sexy bitch".
Example 2: David Guetta is unintentionally funny by nature. See: above picture.
The entirety of "Sexy Bitch" is a blatant play at American chart success after the European-aimed "Love Takes Over". It might just work; the track itself is a banger, and should play well in clubs. It didn't debut in the top fifty this week, but the mid-fifties is a decent place to start, and it wouldn't shock me if this went top ten. It's just not going to win any awards for its creativity, which I think Guetta is fine with; he's had some success with this formula, and kudos to him for knowing what works.
David Guetta Feat. Akon - "Sexy Bitch" (Download)
On an unrelated sidenote, can someone explain to me the proper way to write the plural of "ho"? Hos just doesn't look right, so I've gone the apostrophe route (ho's). I'd appreciate some confirmation as to whether or not my ghetto slang is grammatically correct.