Rap Legend MC Lyte angered social media snowflakes (those who are easily offended by the truth), when she posted an Instagram meme criticizing the #MeToo movement.
In her meme, Lyte, a lesbian who recently married a male, called out women who flirt and then complain about being harassed only when they don't like the alleged harasser.
Lyte, 47, implied that some women will flirt with men (and women) to get what they want, then complain of being harassed.
She wrote: "Some of y'all flirt on Monday to get what you want and then he/she flirts back on Friday and you mad?!"
A perfect example of that scenario is Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o, who decided she was harassed by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein years after she willingly went to his hotel room alone and willingly gave him a back rub.
Some would argue that Lupita went to his hotel room to increase her chances of appearing in one of his movies.
Only later, when it was convenient for her, did she decide to add her name to the #MeToo movement.
Women like Lupita make it difficult for real rape victims to be taken seriously.
After the backlash on social media, Lyte posted a video apologizing to the snowflakes and calling for a discussion on the "Rules of Engagement".
"It was not my intention to offend anyone who has ever experienced sexual harassment; nor anyone who has flirted. In order to have healing, we need to discuss the Rules of Engagement Now.
The hypocrisy of it all is what prompted Lyte to post -- then delete -- her comment calling out the #Metoo movement in the first place.