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So I just finished watching the highly controversial video by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion. This new Rap video has gotten extreme criticism from every angle of the spectrum. From Republican Conservatives calling for the song and its new-age divas to be banned to the black twitter crowd creating a petition requesting to remove the cameo appearance by massive social media influencer Kylie Jenner.

I have to say, as a father of girls, this video does have me concerned. Still, as a middle-aged businessman, it has many parts of my body(including my brain) screaming Daaayum!!!

Surprisingly, in the age of porn hub, suicidal suggestive music, and visual

content, there are definite requests by many "politicians" to ban the new hit song WAP. "Politicians," that remain stagnant, and even silent on real issues that would concern the fanbase of a Megan Thee Stallion or Cardi B. type. More specifically, issues like Police violence against unarmed Americans, reparations, or even the coming eviction crisis.

These do not seem to be the issues that motivate people like DeAnna Lorraine, who recently campaigned and lost to Speaker Nancy Pelosi in California. Lorraine said in regards to WAP, " It should be banned," and turned the song into a distracting political talking point by saying, "The Democrats support this trash and depravity."

James Bradley (R), a current candidate for the seat in California's 33rd congressional district, says "Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion is what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong father figure,"

Bradley is currently losing badly to a popular incumbent Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA), who has frequently directly challenged the Trump administration.

CA-37 district candidate Errol Webber was also publicly in opposition to the WAP single saying, "It's like one big advertisement for promiscuity," as well as it "Encourages wild and unsafe sex." Errol Webber, who is getting his ass handed to him by Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA). Who. Unless she becomes Vice president, Webber will likely be defeated by her.

In the age of Strip Clubs, Only Fans, and Xvideo, why do you believe these politicians singled out this particular rap video?

If you are yet to understand the context of this article, let me break it down to you. All of the politicians listed that are publicly bashing this song and video are "losers." I recently saw that cardi B responded to these politicians on twitter seemingly flattered that her song was up for political discussion. My advice to the young lady is "don't be" flattered. These people "ain't nobody" they are no different than your local neighborhood clout chaser campaigning using your name for fame.

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Aug 09, 2020

Lol wow... it is weird that this caught their ire. Especially the politicians running a losing campaign. But as some say... when in doubt, deflect and distract.

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