On music’s biggest night, Grammys’ attendees were encouraged to wear white roses as a sign of solidarity with the “Me Too” movement. But suprisingly, many did not accept the rose. Although it’s a no-brainer to pop onto a lapel or wear as pin, many of the same artists known for their misogynistic lyrics went rose-free Rick Ross, who was dropped by Reebok for lyrics about drugging and sexually assaulting a woman; Big Sean, charged with unlawful imprisonment of a 17-year-old girl (after the sexual assault charges had been dropped) did not mention the cause on the carpet. Neither did Grammy nominee Childish Gambino, under fire for lyrics like “pussy open sesame,” or Tyler the Creator’s (decked out a Louis Vuitton mink stole) whose lyrics include “R*pe a pregnant b*tch and tell my friends I had a threesome.” Cardi B., wearing a Ashi Studio gown, carried a white rose in her hand. Her fiancé, Offset (who reportedly cheated on the singer) didn’t walk the carpet with her. While it’s unclear why John Legend or Common left their white roses at home, the men have been champions for women’s causes, both appearing at the Golden Globes awards wearing “Time’s Up” pins.