School Leaders Gaslight Parents Over Inappropriate Song Played At Middle School Dance

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The Tennessee Conservative [By Paula Gomes] –

School leaders in Sumner County gaslit parents who reported that a song with sexually explicit lyrics was played during a recent middle school dance. 

A message was sent to parents and other primary caregivers addressing what school leadership called a “social media rumor.”


The message that was sent out to parents of Station Camp Middle School from Principal Cam MacLean reads:

A social media post is being circulated alleging that an inappropriate song was played at our dance on Friday night. I verified with our DJ and several staff in attendance and have confirmed that the song was not on the playlist, nor was it played. Rest assured our staff work with our DJ to ensure that all songs played at our school dances are appropriate for a school event. 

A video clip that was sent to The Tennessee Conservative clearly shows middle school girls dancing and singing along to the explicit lyrics of Super Freaky Girl by Nicki Minaj. Our source confirms that the video documents students who attend Station Camp Middle School and was recorded at the most recent dance on December 9th, 2022. 

Note: The Tennessee Conservative cannot share the video due to the faces of minors being throughout the video.


The young girls in the video can be heard singing the following lyrics:

I can lick it, I can ride it while you slippin’ and slidin’

I can do all them little tricks and keep the dick up inside it

You can smack it, you can grip it, you can go down and kiss it

And every time he leave me ‘lone, he always tell me he miss it

He want a F-R-E-A-K (freaky girl)

F-R-E-A-K (freaky girl)

A-K, A-K, A-K, E-A-K (freaky girl)

F-R-E-A-K (freaky girl)

Read the rest of the lyrics here which include profanity among other inappropriate content. 

The Tennessee Conservative has reached out to a member of the Sumner County school board as well as Principal MacLean for further comment. 

About the Author: Paula Gomes is a Tennessee resident and reporter for The Tennessee Conservative. You can reach Paula at

5 thoughts on “School Leaders Gaslight Parents Over Inappropriate Song Played At Middle School Dance

  • December 19, 2022 at 6:26 pm

    Parents need to stand together against any and all indoctrination and trash spewed in public schools. Home school

  • December 20, 2022 at 10:03 pm

    I worked with UT Extension many years ago. 1990’s I think. We were having 4-H camp in Crossville which always ended with a dance the last night. I will never forget a young agent telling me to listen to the vulgar lyrics and to look at the kids grinding on each other. When I pointed this out to some agents and leaders, I was very discouraged that no one seemed to mind. The following day, I told our regional supervisor that 4-H was supposed to be the cream of the crop but we were allowing trash to be allowed at dances. I told him then I would refuse to ever come as a leader to 4-H camp ever again if this behavior was allowed. Needless to say, I was never asked to be a leader again. Very sad that people do not have values anymore to protect our youth.

  • December 21, 2022 at 4:46 am

    I don’t know if this is the definition of gaslighting when the original complaint was about a completely different comment. Since the goalpost has been moved, was the song in the second complaint played with the explicit lyrics or did the kids sing them because they heard them somewhere else?

    • December 21, 2022 at 4:48 am

      Different song…not comment

    • February 14, 2023 at 2:47 am

      It was me that spread the “false rumor” my child told me it was Cardi B’s song WAP… because my child didn’t know what exactly song it was. I believed her, took her word for it. When we got a hold of the video, it was Nicki Minaj’s Freaky Girl. Honest mistake, both completely inappropriate. She knew it was inappropriate, and I’m proud of her for sharing with me. I just wanted other parents to be aware of the music that was played. This was a cheerleading fundraiser (I was unaware) I thought it was a school function. So the principal and PTO took no responsibility for it, and brushed us off.


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