"'Baby It's Cold Outside" is a cute, flirtatious and romantic song written by Frank Loesser in 1944.
Some argue the lyrics have not aged well in the aftermath of #MeToo, like the woman telling the man "no, no, no" and asking "what's in this drink?"
Well-known Christmas song Baby it's Cold Outside, written in 1944, forbidden to put on the air members of the radio station Star 102 city of Cleveland, Ohio. She said the song has no correlation to date rape or any reasons why it was probably shelved at one radio station. The chief lyric in question is the point in the duet where the woman, who the male singer is trying to convince to stay at his place for a night of romance, says, "Hey, what's in this drink?" "You know, 'this drink is going straight to my head so what's in this drink?' Back then it didn't mean you drugged me".
Should we play "Baby, It's Cold Outside" during the holiday season?
She noted that she's particularly aggravated about the backlash because "it's a song my father wrote for him and my mother to sing at parties".
Mid-West Family Broadcasting Program Director Fletcher Keyes said he took all versions of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" out of rotation on Hank AM 1550 and 97.7 FM Monday.
'Absolutely I get it, ' she said. "I think my father would be furious at that", she told NBC News. It was a different time'.
Broadway composer Frank Loesser and his wife and musical partner Lynn are shown, April 26, 1956 in NY.
Cosby was sentenced to up to 10 years in prison in September for drugging and attacking a woman, but more than 60 others accused him of historic crimes including rape, drug-facilitated sexual assault, sexual battery, child sexual abuse, and sexual misconduct.