Conservatives Are Not Coping With The Horniness Of Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP’
"Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion are what happens when children are raised without God and a strong father figure."
US Republican candidates are very angry at Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “incredibly offensive and disgusting” new song ‘WAP’.
The duo released ‘WAP’ — aka ‘wet ass pussy’ — on Friday, alongside a music video featuring Normani, Rosalía, Mulatto, Sukihana, Rubi Rose (not the Australian one) and, somewhat confusingly, Kylie Jenner.
Conservatives subsequently popped off over the song’s sexually explicit lyrics, with Californian congress-hopeful James P. Bradley writing that “Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion are what happens when children are raised without God and a strong father figure”.
“Their new ‘song’ The WAP (which I heard accidentally) made me want to pour holy water in my ears and I feel sorry for future girls if this is their role model!”
Conservative pundit DeAnna Loraine, who recently failed to take speaker Nancy Pelosi’s seat in California, called for the song to be “banned”, though Bradley indirectly pointed out that makes a bit of a mess of the whole ‘free speech’ argument.
Loraine also claimed the song “set the entire female gender back by 100 years”, and pointed out that Bernie Sanders’ support of Cardi B means the Democratic party support “trash and depravity”.
A few other pundits joined in, calling the song “one big advertisement for promiscuity” — and what about it? Lorraine also took offense at Cardi’s line about making a man’s “pull-out game weak”, saying she’s promoting “fatherless homes”.
There's a difference between being "sexy," and straight degrading.
The song starts with "There's some whores in the house, there's some whores in the house," and encouraging women to "make men's pull-out game weak" when we already have a huge problem with fatherless homes. https://t.co/bhceBRftmR pic.twitter.com/sAmOfsfqlb
— DeAnna Lorraine 🇺🇸 (@DeAnna4Congress) August 9, 2020
republicans running for congress are very upset this morning about cardi b and megan thee stallion pic.twitter.com/gsQvmEQKvA
— John Kerr (@JohnnyHeatWave) August 7, 2020
Cardi, for the record, responded to a story on ‘WAP’ ruffling feathers (one which incorrectly reported there were calls to have the song banned) with a simple, all-caps message.
“THIS IS KINDA ICONIC AND IM LIVING FOR IT”, she wrote on Twitter. And true, it was.
Watch the music video for ‘WAP’, directed by Colin Tilley, below.