I need some help from Native speakers to understand the sentence below.
“You’ll never make kids pay attention in class with the world in a state of ubiquit-ass”. Ubiquit-ass, like kids looking at ass.
This is from a musician talking about a lyric of his song. Does it mean something like you’ll never get any attention in class by just being stupid, or an ass? I think “ubiquit-ass” here is a play on words (ubiquitous), and “with the world” is just for emphasis. But I can’t really get what he’s trying to say here.
Thanks in advance.