The 2000’s was probably the most shameful year in fashion history, but the best year in dance songs.
If you went to a party between 2003 and 2005 you were bound to hear “Right Thurr”, but if you could fuck up the chicken head then you were obviously a force to be reckoned with. Chingy and Trina dropped “Right Thurr”, and it instantly became the joint of the summer. The St. Louis rapper kept himself in the spotlight, with hopes of having another street anthem, but eventually transitioned his sound into a more Hip Hop R&B mix.
Chingy found himself in the spotlight earlier this year when he decided he wanted to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain under the supervision of presidential candidate Donald Trump. After a tsunami of backlash against the rapper via Twitter, Chingy rescinded his endorsement in a public apology tweet:
However that wasn’t the end, Chingy then released a video entitled “I DO NOT endorse Donald Trump” just in case we didn’t get the message. Chingy said, “I didn’t know about some of the negative things he had to say about some of the races out here and about the hip-hop community.”
Whatever Chingy! Despite the endorsement I will always and forever chicken head and if I’m feeling extra spicy heel-toe to “Right Thurr”.