Austin Mahone’s new song featuring Rich Homie Quan is raising eyebrows over the track’s questionable content.
The premise of “Send It” is rather clear and the song’s chorus say it all: “Send it to my phone, send it to my phone / You already know I keep it on the low / Baby, you can trust me, promise I’m alone / I won’t tell a soul, send it to my phone.”
And Rich Homie Quan’s verse takes things a step further: “”Okay now send it to my phone like a message that’s unread / Send it to my phone, new nude picture, open leg / Hope they ready / Austin Mahone got ’em motivated.”
Critics are calling out Mahone’s subject matter, concerned with the fact that the artist’s audience consists of many underage and teenage girls. A lot of his fan’s are showing support for the new single:
While others were disappointed in the song’s nature:
Watch the song’s official lyric video for yourself.