“WAP” – the sexually explicit song Cardi B. And the Megan Thay Stallion – It is a symbol for women taking charge and talking about what is going on in their minds … to the deputy. Maxine Waters, In any case.
The congresswoman and MTS recently called online, and Waters seemed to surprise the rapper when asked what music she encourages … and the WAP song sparked.
After she gleefully told Meg not to worry, several times, Rep. Waters said when she first heard the track that she thought … “Now that’s audacity. That’s audacity.”
While chatting online, for Harper’s Bazaar, Maxine also said that Cardi and Meg should be praised, not criticized, for leading a feminist movement in hip-hop.
After all, Waters says this is what it’s like to men who have been “responsible” in this genre of music Tupac And the Dr. Dre – She did for years, and points out that she’s always been an advocate of the First Amendment.
Now, compare Waters’ view of “WAP” with that of the conservative host Ben Shapiro … who criticized the vulgarity in the song’s lyrics when it was released and claimed it was an affront to feminism.