Aye Muthaf---a
by TLC

  • This track finds Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas telling women to not put up with relationships with the wrong men.

    "It's a similar message as 'Creep'," Chilli told The Sun. "When we wrote 'Creep' we were told it wasn't cool for a woman to say all those things about a man. You would entertain the craziness, but if your guy is not treating you right, you just get out.

    Goodbye. It's 'Aye muthaf---a, I am out of here. I'm just gonna go my way as you are not worth it.'"


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