Susan Loesser, 74, told NBC this week that her father, Frank Loesser, wrote the song in 1944 for him and his wife to sing at Christmas parties.
Echoing Loesser, King said: 'It's a Christmas song that was written years ago, and you have to look at the intent of the song.to me, it's a very flirtatious back-and-forth between the two of them'.
It is known that this decision was taken after talks with the representatives of the movement #MeToo: they are found in the text of the song calls for sexual violence, writes Grazia.
She even shared her love for the song on Instagram.
"I totally get what you're saying about the context", he acknowledged, "but that powerful reaction has to be dealt with".
Introduced by Esther Williams and Ricardo Montalban in the 1949 movie Neptune's Daughter, the song "Baby It's Cold Outside" is a date rape song, Doug Wighton of Mississauga writes.
Mid-West Family Broadcasting Program Director Fletcher Keyes said he took all versions of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" out of rotation on Hank AM 1550 and 97.7 FM Monday.
"But baby, it's cold outside".
After WDOK pulled the song, stations in Cleveland and Colorado also followed suit, sparking a backlash by listeners on social media.
Well-known Christmas song Baby it's Cold Outside, written in 1944, forbidden to put on the air members of the radio station Star 102 city of Cleveland, Ohio. "People used to say "what's in this drink" as a joke".
Those against the song say it promotes date rape, describing a man pressuring a woman to stay despite her adamantly telling him "no, no, no".