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Ever since Ryan Seacrest, Kris Jenner, and Satan himself colluded to hatch "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," the K-sisters have maintained a refreshingly sex-positive attitude in the public eye. Whether it's Kim talking about her "exhausting" sex life or Kourtney literally giving birth in front of the camera, the series — despite its myriad flaws — has been great at showing women as the naturally sexual beings that we are.

However, this refreshingly liberal attitude towards sex coupled with the sisters' open dating history, their voluptuous figures, and — let's be real, here — their penchant for dating Black men has made literally all of them fodder for some of the most egregiously sexist lyrics in modern pop music. Just this week, The Game became yet another rapper to use the K-name to further his own brand ... but he's not the first, and most certainly won't be the last. 

Below, the 12 most sexist lyrics about the Kardashian-Jenner sisters to date ... ranked by sexist and awful:


"We Made You" by Eminem

“Damn, I think Kim Kardashian's a man/She stomped him just 'cause he asked to put his hands/On her massive gluteus maximus again"

This is hardly the worst offender on this list, but like, of course Eminem would call Kim a man because someone "just" tried to touch her butt.


"I Won" by Future featuring Kanye West

"You could look at Kylie, Kendall, Kourtney and Khloe/All your mama ever made was trophies, right?"

Because of course, none of these women are people. They're trophies. Got it.


"Berzerk" by Eminem

"They say that love is powerful as cough syrup in styrofoam/All I know is I fell asleep and woke up in that Monte Carlo/With the ugly Kardashian/Lamar, oh, sorry yo, we done both set the bar low"

Not only does Eminem — who looks like a white supremacist troll from Twitter dot com come to life — grossly insult Khloe's looks, he apologizes to her ex-husband Lamar Odom for setting "the bar low." Because, as we've already learned, the Kardashian women are trophies to be collected by dudes like Odom and Slim Fucking Shady.


"Kim Kardashian" by Soulja Boy

"Kim Kardashian, drop it down asses/Swag on my nuts, meet me hey ... Kim Kardashian/Kim Kardashian/Kim Kardashian/Kim Kardashian/Damn, she's fine/She's on my mind/She's so beautiful/From the behind"

Never gonna happen, buddy.


"Sauce" by The Game

“I used to fuck bitches that Usher Raymond passed off / Then I fucked three Kardashians / Hold that thought.”

A) It's not true. B) You are a sexist baby-man who brags about fucking women infinitely more famous than you to get people to DL your shit on Spotify.


"Whatever U Do" by Snoop Dogg

"Look at the place I'm in/I never fucked Superhead or Kim Kardashian/It's a disgrace to yourself"

Wait, so where have we landed on this — is sleeping with a Kardashian the ultimate status symbol or a source of shame? Either way, someone who literally sold women for sex as a profession really doesn't have room to talk when it comes to "disgrace."


"Bitches Ain't Shit" by YG featuring Tyga & Nipsey Hussle

"Got this bitch named Tar/ She let me fuck her in the car/ Like Kim Kardashian, she wanna be a star"

The joke about Kim having sex to get famous is so 2007 I'm waiting for a new episode of "Lost" to come on. She's famous. You're not. Please get over these women being more powerful than you and actually write some creative music.


"Amanda Bynes (Versace Remix)" by Mike Stud

"Oh Kendall Jenner, I can't forget her/Man, that girl bad and I want her in the worst way/She's 17? Well, when the fuck is her birthday?"

What's insane is this is hardly the worst instance of a grown man rapping about wanting to have sex with a teenage girl on this list. Stay classy, adult men.


"Cold Wind Blows" by Jon Connor

"I deserve this, for all of this working/Fuck that, I deserve to see Kim Kardashian shirtless in person"

This one sounds relatively innocuous compared to others on this list at first glance ... but when you think about it, this lyric is the very embodiment of male entitlement to a woman's body and I hope it burns in hell.


"My Favorite" by Tech N9ne Featuring Brotha Lynch Hung and Prozak

"Date rape 'bout to sell a rape tape/Kim Kardashian, Ray J/ All up in that ass again Mayday/ I'm just sick in the head as they say"

Actually it was consensual sex but that's cool that you like to fantasize about "rape tapes."


"I Hit It First" by Ray J

"I had her head going north and her ass going south/But now baby chose to go West ... I bet I hit it first, unless you took that girl virginity"

Ray J was so desperate for relevancy by the time 2013 rolled around that he wrote an entire song about how he "hit" Kim first in their infamous sex tape — and of course, the track was widely interpreted as a slight to Kanye West, not Kim. Because slut-shaming a woman is always a dig at her current boyfriend, not the woman herself, as we've learned many times thanks to Kanye's hideous jabs at Amber Rose to get at Wiz Khalifa.


"Stimulated" by Tyga

"They say she young, I should've waited/She a big girl, dog when she stimulated"

Here it is, folks — the worst of the worst. When 25-year-old father Tyga wrote an entire song about stimulating then 17-year-old Kylie, he solidified himself as the single worst human being to appear on "KUWTK" in its 29,348-year run. 

It's truly vile, and the Kardashian-Jenner sisters (and parents) supporting this pairing is — unlike their butts, boobs, or sex-positive behavior — the one thing about them truly worthy of a diss track.