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Child sexualization via Melanie Martinez: a compilation

Hello everyone and welcome to yet another compilation. This time around we will focus on a former The Voice contestant turned MK pawn Melanie Martinez.

Melanie is known as an eccentric millenial singer who writes songs from a standpoint of a child. Her stage persona, Cry Baby, is evolving throughout her music, which revolves around the concepts seemingly familiar to every child, like sippy cups (filled with alcohol?) and playing tag, you’re it (with a rapist?). In Melanie’s universe, child innocence is always being threatened — by addicted adults, dumb peers or literal predators.

Dualistic hair, red lipstick, bows and childlike clothes: it’s only fitting she chose Britney’s Toxic to perform at The Voice. This girl was bound for success.

Melanie thrives on making familiar, safe things we associate with childhood eerie and menacing. Dollhouse is a story of a family falling apart but posing happily for a picture. In Milk and Cookies, the cookies are poisoned. Wheels On The Bus is about kids doing drugs and having sex on the school bus while the driver is peeking. Innocent “Strawberry Shortcake”? Forget it. It’s vagina. Orange Juice is a story of bulimic girls purging fruit. Teacher’s Pet, however, is exactly what you think it is — a story of a married teacher grooming a doe-eyed student.

All this creepiness is richly peppered with swearing.

“You must promise to love me
And damn it, if you f*ck me over
I will rip your f*cking face apart”

“I love everything you do
When you call me f*cking dumb for the stupid s**t I do
I wanna ride my bike with you, fully undressed”

“Her face was f*cked up and my hands were bloody
We were in the playground, things were getting muddy
The teacher broke us up after I broke her”

“Teacher, can I sit right there?
This b*tch behind me is cutting my hair”

“That isn’t the life for me
Gotta look like a f*ckin’ damn Barbie
Going on TV, people have high expectations of me
Wanna be my best friend, then judge me
If I smoke a little weed, makes no f*cking sense to me”

“Teacher’s pet
If I’m so special, why am I secret?
Yeah, why the f*ck is that?”

K-12 ends with a wholesome advice that Grandma gives to Cry Baby. Would you like to hear it?

“Don’t let them f*ck you, honey, no, oh. Don’t let them try”

Truly inspiring.

Well, let’s see if there’s anything in the pictures of Melanie that might indicate something.

This is how Cry Baby’s image progressed over the years:


This is Cry Baby today.

There are several things Melanie always uses is her photoshoots. First off, toys and dolls. These  two are just notable examples:

Next, there’s gotta be a severed head.

One-eyed sign? Don’t mind if I do.

Her most recent thing are butterflies, levitation and chains. For obvious reasons. She presents it as “spiritual rebirth”.

Somewhere along the road her quirks got really dark though. Mind you, this singer is extremely liberal, LGBTQ+ friendly and most appealing to kids with her soft voice and airy, catchy, nursery rhyme-like tunes.

This last screengrab is from her most recent music video The Bakery, where she’s unrecognazibly satanic, but I have already posted about that. What I’d like to point out is the lyrics, which immediately threw me off.

Melanie’s sophomore album K-12 has a very eerie song called Show and Tell. In a music video from a whole film she made (amazingly covered by VC), she appears as a sinister puppet dancing for her peers in class. Melanie has scolded fans for judging her life choices before, but Show and Tell takes it to a whole new level. You’d think an internationally acclaimed singer would be greatful to her fanbase, right?

Show and tell
I’m on display for all you f*****s to see
Show, you tell
Harsh words if you don’t get a pic with me
Buy and sell (Buy and sell me, baby)
Like I’m a product to society
Art don’t sell
Unless you’ve f****d every authority

There’s a lot to unpack here, but I’d like to end with a quote from The Bakery. The story of the song is that Melanie, a girl born in Queens, raised in New York, had to work her a*s off at a local bakery to raise some money in order to participate in The Voice. She’s singing that she doesn’t care about pastry like her boss wants her to, she’s here for the paycheck. Now, let us gloss over the fact that she had to raise money for a free contest for some reason. This is the line that alarmed me:

It ain’t for me to roll it out, it’s just for me to raise the dough

Are we absolutely sure Melanie is talking about her bakery and not the music business?

What do you think?

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Christinne Radu
Christinne Radu
8 months ago

“Tell us about your new album Cry Baby?
It’s a cohesive story from beginning to end. It’s about a fairy tale version of myself named Cry Baby. It has whimsical elements based on true events that have happened in my life, and then other made up fairy tale fiction.”

https://valfre.com/blogs/blog/40511041-girl-crush-melanie-martinez

bib
bib
8 months ago

Christ…

WillieJonesJr
WillieJonesJr
8 months ago

This passes for high quality entertainment…

In hell.

Great compilation. Keep em coming.

Emily
Emily
8 months ago

Just repulsive. It’s a nonce’s fairytale that’s for sure

Paul Darb
Paul Darb
8 months ago

Wow ! Full on gross ! 👀🤯👹 We have to fight this …good post ,thanks.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
8 months ago

VC posted a photo of Grimes licking a knife, too. I shudder to think what that is code for. The Minnie Mouse image with the bullet hole in the forehead is the worst. I think that strategically placed bullet hole represents the awakening of the third eye, which is demonic possession. Disney is Satanic and mice are sacred to Dionysus, who is Satan. And red and white are the colors of kundalini, the raising of which in the body awakens the third eye and thus provides the means for possession to occur. It’s all really, really bad.

Albert
Albert
8 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

There’s nothing wrong or satanic with 3rd eye and kundalini, don’t look too hard for things where there are none. There’s already a lot of legitimate things to see

shaun
shaun
8 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Since when did Dionysus represent Satan? Dionysus is the god of the grape harvest, making and partaking of wine, madness, fertility, theatre and ecstasy in Greek mythology.

I see where you’re coming from with Kundalini, that is definitely a form of illuminati theology.

hope
hope
8 months ago

The cake person is a reminder that there is seriously cannibalism still in this world. Some even say the bodies of the aborted babies end up in fast food. Well, they wheel whole garbage can size buckets of aborted baby parts out every hour, some probably becomes this new weird thing called “pink slime”, they certainly don’t bury those bodies. Anyway yes there is cannibalism they want to or do force on us, and showing us that in these videos of young acting gorls becoming cake. Reminds me of the alice in wonderland video with tom petty, dont come around here no more. Illuminati cannibalism has been going on for a long long time. And it’s not like what Hollywood shows, as in just one or two crazy people, nope it is big business like everything else the illuminati does.

Shy
Shy
8 months ago

The comments supporting the video, artist, and lyrics are just mind-numbingly ridiculous, I knew some people would be easily influenced, but this much??. The amount of people that loves this trash is always somewhat expected but at the same time surprising to me.

weedsareflowers
weedsareflowers
8 months ago
Reply to  Shy

I made the mistake of reading some comments, fully expecting to find disgust at the video. Nope! Abundant “queen” references and declarations of the amazing “body positivity” required to…dance around with pasties on your breasts? So many people are convinced she is the only artist that “stayed true to herself” after signing a record deal and many believe her hair ALWAYS looks SO GOOD. Even plastered to her head with mini hair devil horns. The fan-girling is appalling and frankly, as vomit inducing as the video.