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Literally I Can't

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Literally I Can't is a 2014 hip hop song by production duo Play-N-Skillz, featuring Redfoo, Lil Jon, and Enertia McFly. The song's music video was posted to YouTube on October 30, 2014 by Redfoo's label Party Rock. The video features a frat party where guys want a group of girls to leave after they obviously did not come to dance or partake in the party's hype atmosphere. Instead, the girls repeat the term "Literally I Can't" at all offers of participation. The video was criticized by some media outlets as misogynist soon after its release. One such outlet, ninemsn's "The Fix", refused to cover Redfoo in protest of the video. Redfoo responded to criticisms by blaming female bloggers for starting the controversy about the video, saying on Australian radio that "The women have gone crazy on me.” He also defended the video as satirical and said he was only trying to make a fun party song.

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