Family Expects Hannah Montana, Gets "Gangster Rap"

It’s that time of year again, folks. Time to experience moral outrage as wholesome families all over this nation find something inappropriate in their stockings.

Meet Jeremy Danielson:

The family bought a Disney channel CD that was supposed to have Hannah Montana playing on it. Instead they heard graphic gangster rap coming out of their radio.

The artist on the CD, labeled Disney Channel Hits, shouts the “F” word and the “N” word. It’s real explicit stuff that kids should not hear, especially in a gift delivered from Santa.

Danielson says, “We are a Christian family and we don’t bring media like that into our house.”

Are we sure it wasn’t a Hannah Montana CD? Maybe she’s expanding artistically. Or something. Don’t judge her.

Local Father Says ‘Hannah Montana’ Gift Went Wrong [CBS13] (Thanks, Adam!)


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  1. I got something in my stocking for you… woah.

  2. HeyThereKiller says:

    Holy shit… wait… so um… the RIAA’s fake news propagandist piracy warning video was… … accurate?

    Oh hey look, it’s raining fire!

  3. emilymarion333 says:

    I heard this on the news last night – this was from where I live….my roommate and I had a pretty good laugh about it!

  4. just_paranoid says:

    looks like another case of ‘shopdropping’. lol.

  5. qwickone says:

    @AngrySicilian: gigidy gigidy

  6. says:

    i wonder if these children were so traumatized that they will never watch hannah montana again for fear that she’ll start blurting out the F or N word

  7. ancientsociety says:

    I’m always really skeptical when these stories crop up every so often. It just always seems that this involves some ‘highly-principled’ person who buys some sort of highly popular pop cd and is shocked and offended to find it contains something completely vile to their ‘morals’. It’s just a bit too convenient….

  8. missdona says:

    It looks like they picked up that CD from a “vendor” outside my building.

  9. Kurt's Krap says:


    Oh wait, I get it…cue lawsuit in 5…4…3..

  10. HaloZero says:


    I don’t think it’s even about being highly principled. I doubt most parents would let their kids (I assume they’re young if they’re listening to Hannah Montana) listen to gangsta rap. Why would they fake it? To get media attention?

  11. HaloZero says:

    and Kurt’s Krap just kinda answered my question. nvm

  12. DrGirlfriend says:

    @ancientsociety: I know! But maybe it’s also because when this happens to someone who doesn’t give a crap, they don’t make a big deal about it and summon all news media to their house with their Moral Indignation BatSignal.

  13. bombaxstar says:

    =[[[[[ oh noez

    No really, it’s kinda funny.

  14. m4ximusprim3 says:

    @DrGirlfriend: Look, there, in the sky! A giant X’d out penis sihlouetted against the clouds!

    Someone’s sheltered child has been exposed to the evils of pornography! To the RighteousCycle!

  15. legotech says:

    That CD looks like something my nephew made when he was like 8…even he does better labels now at 15!

  16. toddiot says: we can hope :D

  17. @ancientsociety: I think it’s because if this happens to someone like, say, me, it never makes the news. I tell my friends and we have a laugh and go on with our lives.

    I don’t feel the need to approach the local Eyewitness On Your Side At 11 (Now With X-tra Sharks Attacks and Baseless Panic!) to express my Righteous Indignation about the State of the World, so you never hear about it.

  18. That CD seems more along the values of Nickelodeon and Zoey 911 or whatever the next Spears Disaster’s show is called.

  19. catnapped says:

    @HaloZero: I more think they wanted a pulpit to shove their “Christian” beliefs on everyone else (“look at the EVUL Disney is feeding our children! Everyone who listens is going to hell!!!!!”)

  20. DashTheHand says:

    Awhile back, one of my friends bought a Dixie Chicks CD – new – with the wrapping and everything. The CD inside the case was branded Dixie Chicks, but in fact the actual music on the disc was Crazy Town – The Gift of Game. So in essence she bought one horrible CD and got another horrible CD instead.

  21. forgottenpassword says:

    I just LOVE stories like this! They always make me laugh with twisted glee!

  22. ThinkerToys says:

    I worked for a CD manufacturer at one time and this happened more often than you might think. Usually a disc or two (or 100 if a whole spindle is misidentified) will end up mislabeled and sent out. It is not often a problem, but we did have a few funny ones: a christian preacher’s radio show CD actually contained speed metal. Some of the radio stations caught it but some played it without checking first. We also sent out a few copies of a software product that contained pornographic photo libraries instead… Oops!

  23. That label just looks all wrong. No way that the Hannah Montana CD looks anything like that. I’m willing to bet that the buyer purchased the CD from a shady establishment… Say, a guy off the street. Or one of those people that hangs out in the subway tunnels with the sheet covered in CDs and DVDs.

    It’s not legit to begin with, but I’ll bet Wal-Mart or another establishment gets the bad rap for this.

  24. ColoradoShark says:

    “We are a Christian family and we don’t bring media like that into our house.” Yes, and all non-Christians do bring that into their house.

    This sounds just like when people throw in the fact an old person/sick person was totally screwed by a company as if it were OK to screw over a healthy young person.

  25. Nemesis_Enforcer says:

    @catnapped: @ColoradoShark: I would agree with both of you. I knew a guy I used to work with who would do stuff like that. He would buy some of the softcore porn that BB sold then replace it with a christian movie on dvd and make a new label to stick on it to match the old movie. He actually owned a shrink wrap machine so he would then either return it or just drop it back on the shelf. Funny that he would never tell me what he did with the beach blanket busty cops dvd that was in the orig. package.

    Coloradoshark- well I am non-christian and I bring porn and cd’s with naughty words on it into my house. Maybe they are just talkin about me?

  26. D-Bo says:

    Shop drop and lock it.

  27. coren says:

    @ancientsociety: Maybe because no one else in their right mind would admit to buying a Hannah Montana CD (or something like it) without the excuse of “Oh no, it’s for someone else! It’s not mine!”

    And that just cut out paper taped on the CD, which came in one of those jewel cases? Cuz based on that picture, that’s what I’m thinking..

  28. Leiterfluid says:

    You know, sometimes it happens. There are screwups at the duplication centers. One time I got a CD from one of those music clubs (I was 15 at the time). It was supposed to be Eddie Money’s Greatest Hits. The packaging was correct, the label on the disc itself was right, but the music was REO Speedwagon.

    I was morally outraged, myself.

  29. trollkiller says:

    For once I get to Christian bash. “We are a Christian family and we don’t bring media like that into our house.” What a sanctimonious prick.

    If you were a “real” Christian you would have listened to the album before your snowflake did. How dare you think Disney the people that promote Gay Days at their parks would protect you.[/sarcasm]

    Seriously, why did this even make the news? Take the thing back to the record store where you bought it and tell the clerk you need to exchange it because someone messed up and put cRap music on the CD. Have a laugh about it and get snowflake her CD.

    To reiterate if you are concerned about the media that reaches your kids (and you should be) watch, read or listen to it before they get their hands on it. If I can suffer through Hanna Montana, you can too.

  30. FullFlava says:

    This just in, Hannah Montana officially changing her name to H-Mo

  31. cerbie says:

    A Disney brat’s CD is done wrong and is some rap CD, and it’s news. But my father gets that when he thought it was the Blues Brothers 2000 soundtrack…oh, not news. I thought I was getting Requiem for a Dream, but no, some motivational/MLM DVD. Not news.

    If I bought a Hanna Montana CD at all, that might be news.

    It happens. You return it, ask for an exchange, and get on with your life. Or, maybe just throw it away, as that CD looks like a sho nuff pirated disc, to me.

  32. AnnieGetYourFun says:

    @HaloZero: That’s EXACTLY why people do stuff like that. For media attention for themselves and their cause. Not that this was necessarily the case here.

  33. @DrGirlfriend: I now NEED to own a Moral Indignation Batsignal.

  34. sauceistheboss says:

    At least these parents give a crap about what their children listen to. Sure, maybe the Christian thing is extreme but the OLDEST daughter was only FIVE.

    Plus this guy’s name is “Danielson” so he must be ready to break out the karate on the CD merchant.

  35. cde says:

    If they don’t listen to gangsta rap, how do they know its gangsta rap?

  36. trollkiller says:

    @cde: If they don’t listen to gangsta rap, how do they know its gangsta rap?
    They heard black people and it was not Gospel.

  37. cryrevolution says:

    @trollkiller: LOL. & I agree with most of you, just take the dang thing back. No biggie here. It’s not like their precious snowflakes aren’t going to be exposed to that crap later on in life. Just quietly explain to them that there was a mixup at Santa’s Factory & those words are bad words. End of story. Take the cd back & get your Hannah Montana.

  38. Nemesis_Enforcer says:

    @cde: I don’t listen to rap either so I couldn’t tell one type from the other. Maybe they think all rap is gangsta because thats the only kind they talk about in the news?

  39. MYarms says:

    LOL, nice hair.

  40. t0fu says:

    all i gotta say is “LAFF”

    These people probably deserved it. It’s called karma.

  41. Kimbeegrin says:

    Those poor Christian kids probably needed it. Gangsta rap brings out the thug in all of us.