The Mack is the story of Goldie, an ex-con who becomes a pimp. Google offers this summary:
After a few years in the slammer on a drug bust, John "Goldie" Mickens (Max Julien) returns to Oakland, Calif., determined to raise himself up in the world. When his old friend turned prostitute Lulu (Carol Speed) asks him to look out for her, Goldie accepts and enters the life of pimping. Soon he's the most notorious "mack" in town, but it earns him some unwanted attention. A pair of crooked cops wants him back in jail, and a rival pimp (Dick Williams) tries to steal his business.
Google also offers a relevant definition:
Misogyny: dislike of, contempt for, or ingrained prejudice against women.
When you think about a pimp's primary tool being his mouthpiece, what is a rapper's primary tool? His mouthpiece.
The Player's Ball is probably the most famous scene in The Mack. It showcases the style of real-life pimps in Oakland, who helped the filmmakers with the production. Most of the people on stage with Max Julian ("Goldie") are actual pimps. YouTube includes a clip of the scene, but it's not possible to embed it in these slides.
The Player's Ball scene is a favorite of many rappers, including OutKast.