I walked into the backyard
with my (grunt) in hand ["Dick" written on teddybear]
I said, ''Oh, mother(grunt),
the Booger Man!''
I look up in the tree
What do I see?
I see a faggot
Tried to pee on me
So, I picked up a rock
I threw it at his (grunt) [cock image]
He fell to the floor
And his (grunt) fell off ["Dick" teddybear again]
I took him to the doctor
And the doctor said,
The (inaudible) is dead."
The muddled but apparent lyrics of a rap video called ''Pussification'' that was produced by the Heene family -- Richard and Mayumi Heene, their youngest son, Falcon Heene, and his two brothers. The now infamous family was caught in a scandal of their own making last week, when the parents claimed that Falcon had climbed into a box and floated away in a flying-saucer shaped balloon. At first, the police appeared to defend the family's story, but the entire incident was declared a hoax when Falcon revealed on a live CNN news broadcast that he hid in the attic because his parents had told him it was ''for a show.'' The family of actors has already appeared on several ''reality'' TV shows, first as storm chasers, and then again on the show called ''Wife Swap.'' (via YouTube)
I don't think there's any homosexual references in that. I really doubt it. ... Oh, Falcon. Falcon! The lyrics says Falcon, not the F-word. ... Our rule is that the kids are allowed to cuss in the house. They're not allowed to cuss outside. ... We were looking at it like a Beastie Boys thing.
An interesting interpretation of lyrics by Richard and Mayumi Heene, parents of "Balloon Boy" Falcon and his two brothers. All of them appear in a rock-rap video called "Pussification." The family is now widely known to have cause much media and police force havoc last week with their emergency hoax. During much of their follow-up discussion with CNN the parents repeated deny and deflect attention to the children's repeated use of foul language in the song, similar to the way they did last week when CNN asked them to explain why Falcon blurted out that their emergency was all ''for a show.'' (CNN via YouTube)