August 10, 2020

Reactions to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's 'WAP' Are All Over the Place

Cardi B has the hip hop culture and it seems the entire universe talking following the release of her single 'WAP.' Here are some reactions from social media and a discussion from The Breakfast Club here and from Roland Martin, Hot 97's Ebro in the Morning, and others [below].

All and all, this is a promotional event from two female rappers rather than a groundbreaking expression of art. If you take it with that perspective, it'll all be forgotten in about two weeks. Female empowerment? ....hardly.

The video is reminiscent of Halle Berry's role in the movie BAPS with Natalie Desselle.

It looks like Fox Sports 1 reporter Joy Taylor has a lot to say on the subject and actress Viola Davis approves. 👀

Others chime in on Twitter:

So should Cardi B be rapping about something else?

Ebro in the Morning asked listeners what is the most vulgar song you listened to but hid from your parents?

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