It's a work of fiction! Why you mad, bro?
- Anyone can write a fictional book about as much violence as you want, and people will eat it up, then demand a movie.
- You can make a fictional movie about anything and nobody bats an eye.
- You make a fictional song (especially a hip-hop song), and everyone thinks you are endorsing the behavior of the characters in the song.
Consider Ice-T. Beloved for his "Crime Rhymes", and several so-so movie appearances. Then he makes a song called "Cop Killer" with a side-project band called Body Count. People lose their mind protesting Time-Warner. Later he becomes a fictional cop on CSI (despite almost always playing bad guys on film), and people love him again. So much so he gets reality programming from the same company that dropped him from their music labels.