Controversial Rapper Rucka Rucka Ali Seeks Apology from McDonald's

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All hell broke loose at McDonald's last week when an employee played "Only 17," by Controverisal rapper Rucka Rucka Ali.


Steve Davidson was having breakfast with 20-month-old grandson Charlie when the obnoxious rant was blared over the sound system.


The song, too explicit to quote, talks in detail about sex and prison violence.

Stunned, Mr. Davidson said the disgusting lyrics were "bordering on pornography".

McDonald's explained that an employee had left his private listening linked to its public sound system by mistake.

It apologised for the "isolated lapse in our rigorous standards" and acknowledged that the content of the song lyrics were "wholly inappropriate".

But Rucka Rucka Ali feels McDonald's owes him an apology and seeks reparations in this here youtube video, with Popdust's own Suzy McCoppin standing by for no apparent reason. Other than those fries are frickin' sweet.