Writer reveals meaning of 'Who Let The Dogs Out'
The writer of Baha Men's 2000 hit 'Who Let The Dogs Out' has revealed its meaning.
The song's writer, Anslem Douglas, said that the original song 'Doggie', on which the hit single is based, is actually an anti-patriarchy anthem.
He told the Huffington Post newspaper that the chart-topping tune is "a man-bashing song" and he explained that his definition of 'dogs' is badly-behaved men.
He explained, too, that in the song, women are bemoaning some gents who have called them rude names, describing them as "dogs".