Not everyone speaks to the lyrics of the Christmas classic duo "Baby It's Cold Outside." Out.
Radio stations have banned the song in recent weeks, citing the problems of lyrics with sexual assent, including lines like "Say, What's in this drink?" And "The answer is no … I have to go home."  When asked if the song was "Date Rapey", "Braxton Family Values" star Trina Braxton, he did not believe the hype.
"It's not because she's stayed! She chose to stay, "said 44-year-old Braxton to TMZ.
]" I do not think it's entirely true [that the song is about date rape] because at first it was like this: "The Neighbors could think, "she said.
Braxton admitted, however, that there is a part of the song that seems a bit sketchy in 201
"The only part when she said," Hey, what's in this drink? "Maybe he slipped her a bit … Dachy," she said. "But otherwise she stayed because she wanted to stay, you know?"
"It's one of those really moldy, old, gaudy, one of those classics, I think they take it a bit too far," she continued. "It's a great song."