Rick Ross is no stranger to lyrical controversy with his raps about guns and "yayo" (a.k.a. cocaine), but he's in more hot water than ever with his latest trick.

Rick collaborated with Atlanta rapper Rocko for a mixtape track untitled "U.O.E.N.O". It was released at the end of last month, but the controversy has been slowly burning to a boil over lyrics that talk about drugging a woman and taking her home for the night.

"Put molly all in her champagne/ She ain't even know it/ I took her home and I enjoyed that/ She ain't even know it," raps Ross.

"Molly" is the street term for the powder form of pure MDMA, which is commonly found in ecstasy. The Drug Enforcement Administrations says the effects of the drug include lowered inhibitions and increased feelings of "euphoria, closeness, empathy and sexuality."

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Both men and women have expressed outrage at the lyrics, calling them irresponsible at best and promoting rape at worst. "If she didn’t know she didn’t give consen. tAnd if she didn’t give consent she was raped. You’re out here telling your fans that it’s cool to rape women and YOU don’t even know it," wrote Jerry L. Barrow of The Urban Daily.

Journalist and hip-hop activist Rosa Clemente also created a YouTube video in response that said the lyrics are "obviously promoting rape. Not just date rape, but rape and rape culture and violence against women. We live in a society by the time that African American women and Latina women are 18, almost half of them -- 44 percent -- have been sexually abused."

However, other music critics and fans of the rapper have come to his defense, arguing that the lyrics shouldn't be looked into that intensely. "Predictably someone tried to tell me to relax. Why? 'It’s just music,'" wrote Britni Danielle of Clutch Magazine. "The 'it’s just music' line has been trotted out for every depraved verse ever laid over a dope beat. And while I may have been able to separate the two when I was a teen, these days, I can’t pretend that music does not matter."

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