Sure enough, in this little world
The little boy meets one of those little girls
And he thinks she a bad bitch and she thinks she a bad bitch
The word “bitch” is indoctrinated into the minds of young kids and little boys start believing that every girl is a “bitch” and soon enough little girls start believing that they really are bitches.
This sets the scene for the encounter between the guy from the first verse and the girl from the second verse:
In the female’s mind, it is a good thing because of the meaning that’s been placed on the word; see Nicki Minaj as just one example. Mind you, she is simultaneously living as the kind of femininity she has been taught to live in the patriarchal society in which we live.
Additionally, from a male’s perspective, this differs from what his mother exemplified in his eyes.
Overall, this serves the purpose of creating a song like this: to look at the different contexts and connotation behind the word “bitch”.
To help improve the meaning of these lyrics, visit “Bitch Bad” by Lupe Fiasco Lyrics and leave a comment on the lyrics box