'Mind-numbing' Paris Hilton track 'Drunk Text' pulled from YouTube after being panned by bloggers

The song sees the socialite discussing 'sexting' over electro beats

'Mind-numbing' Paris Hilton track 'Drunk Text' pulled from YouTube after being panned by bloggers

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The video for the new Paris Hilton featuring single 'Drunk Text' by Manufactured Superstars, has been taken down from YouTube after being panned by bloggers and critics.

Featuring spoken word lyrics from the socialite, eOnline reports that the song contains such nonsensical couplets as: "If you take the word 'sex' and mix it with 'texting,' it's called 'sexting'/When you add drunk sexting, the words just don't make sense" as well as "It's a hot mess of misspelled obscenities, body parts and run-on questions/I'm not sure what he means to ask” and "Behind my eyes, I was begging for things my lips would never ask/And my mouth kept pouring desperate clauses of random intent."

Before it was taken down, blogs began laying into the song, with Jezebel writing: "It would appear that she's not interested in maturing or evolving. She's totally comfortable with being pigeonholed as a bitchy party girl." Popcrush said that the song was "one of the most mind-numbing, vapid tracks we’ve ever heard." Scroll down to listen to a number of clips from the electro track.

Hilton recently claimed that she is working with Snoop Dogg on a new album. She told the New York Post that she and the rapper are set to collaborate on her new LP, which is the follow-up to her 2006 debut dance-pop solo album 'Paris', and also said she was working with the likes of producer Afrojack and US group LMFAO.





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