Brad Paisley and LL Cool J caused a sh-t storm with their controversial country-meets-rap joint "Accidental Racist," and its utterly horrendous lyrics: “If you don’t judge my du-rag, I won’t judge your red flag," LL raps. "If you don't judge my gold chains, I'll forget the iron chains." Yeah, it's really that bad.
Political funnyman Stephen Colbert offered his take on the song Wednesday night on The Colbert Report, and it's truly hilarious. The Emmy- and Grammy-winner may have put it best with this summary: "This song has united all Americans. Not just black and white, but Latino, Asian, Muslim, Pacific Islander, Inuit, all of us to join our voices as one and declare: ‘This songs sucks.’”
He added, "This level of unifying suckage has inspired me to write my own awful song, in the hopes of bridging another deep cultural rift in America: the gay marriage divide."
With Colbert as Paisley and loud and proud actor Alan Cummings as LL Cool J, the duo sang their own country-rap jam, called "Oopsie-Daisy Homophobe."
"I’m just a straight man, a certified titty fan," Colbert crooned. Then Cummings rapped, "If you don’t judge my tight pants, I won’t judge the way you dance."
Watch the gut-busting report and performance above.