Don't fall into that kind of lazy thinking. No one is forcing them to buy anything. If they don't like rap music, Hollywood movies, Starbucks, etc... they don't have to buy it. They also shouldn't confuse what we consume with our culture. They shouldn't blame us for their choices. (For all of France's complaints, the McDonald's in France are most profitable in Europe.) The US has no problems with appropriating other cultures these days.
The old line about nobody is forcing them to buy it is a red herring. It presumes a perfect world where we a) Are exposed to all the choices and b) Are mature enough to make rational choices.
The (not so good) parts of Amercian culture that we import are mainly in the realms of youth. They have neither a) nor b). What we do have here though is culture via advertising or via music and music video. Advertising is paid for and is made to influence the buying public (ie the youth) and the music video shows are extremely cheap TV and are also promoting sales. So the nobody is forcing this cr*p down their throat line is also BS.
Try thinking beyond your slogans!