Pink Dollaz were performing shows and posting videos before any of their parents knew about the group. Then, out of the blue, one of the girls' dad confronted them with a printed-out page of their self-described "nasty lyrics." But he wasn't really the audience they were looking for, so much as their pop- and rap-obsessed peers. "We created an image that was so raw toward these dudes that were degrading women," says Cee Cee, one of two twin sisters in the group. "We got a lot of fans because of that. The women understood."