“WAP” — the sexually express hit track by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion — is an emblem of ladies taking cost and talking their minds … to Rep. Maxine Waters, anyway.
The Congresswoman and MTS lately connected on-line, and Waters appeared to shock the rapper when she was requested what music encourages her … and he or she introduced up “WAP.”
After hilariously telling Meg to not fear, a number of occasions, Rep. Waters stated when she first heard the observe she thought … “Now that is audacity. That is audacity.”
During the net chat, for Harper’s Bazaar, Maxine additionally stated Cardi and Meg must be counseled, not criticized, for spearheading a feminist motion in hip-hop.
After all, Waters says that is what the boys who had been “in cost” on this music style — like Tupac and Dr. Dre — did for years, and he or she factors out that she’s at all times been a First Amendment defender.
girls please comprise your pleasure pic.twitter.com/e8Lr5Np8yD— jordan (@JordanUhl) August 10, 2020
Now, evaluate Waters’ tackle “WAP” with that of conservative host Ben Shapiro … who notoriously blasted the vulgarity of the track’s lyrics when it was launched and claimed it was an affront to feminism.
Who ya obtained?
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