Rick Ross has caused a lot of controversy over a line he spit on Rocko’s song “U.O.E.N.O.” where the MMG boss raps “Put molly all in her champagne / She ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that / She ain’t even know it.” Even though the Miami rapper apologized for the line, and said he doesn’t condone rape as the lyric suggest, the fallout continues, and has a women’s rights group demanding that Ross be dropped from his endorsement deal with Reebok.

As reported by Billboard, as of this past Friday morning, Nita Chaudhury, co-founder of anti-sexism group UltraViolet, has received 51,000 signatures on a petition from members, moms and young athletes demanding Reebok drop Rick Ross from his endorsement deal.

The petition filed by Chaudhury posted on UltraViolet.com reads:

In his latest single, Reebok spokesman and rapper Rick Ross talks about drugging and raping a woman, saying, “Put molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it.” (“Molly” is drug that distorts reality and reduces inhibitions.)

His lyrics aren’t vague, he’s not hinting that he raped a woman–he’s clearly and proudly saying that he drugged and raped a woman who was not capable of consent.

By holding Rick Ross up as something to aspire to, Reebok is sending the message that raping a woman is cool–and that’s a dangerous message to send the boys and young men that Reebok markets to. This is what rape culture is.

Reebok needs to know that we won’t stand for this. Will you sign the petition telling Reebok that rape is NEVER okay and they should drop Rick Ross right away?

Tell Reebok:

Rewarding a man who brags about raping women sends a dangerous message. Rick Ross’ lyrics about drugging and raping a woman are offensive and outrageous, and Reebok should drop him as a spokesperson immediately.

Last week, before the petition was filed, Ross apologized for the lyrics:

There’s certain things you can’t tweet. I want to make sure this is clear, that woman is the most precious gift known to man, you understand? There was a misunderstanding with a lyric, a misinterpretation. The term rape wasn’t used. I would never use the term rape in my records. As far as my camp, hip-hop don’t condone that, the streets don’t condone that, nobody condones that. So I just wanted to reach out to all the queens that’s on my timeline, all the sexy ladies, the beautiful ladies that had been reaching out to me with the misunderstanding. We don’t condone rape and I’m not with that.

As of press time, Reebok executives nor Rick Ross have not responded to the petition.

Listen to the song that has caused all of the controversy below: