Skip to comments.How Well Do You Know Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion's 'WAP' Music Video? (#1 on the charts) Take Our Quiz
Posted on 08/22/2020 5:00:12 AM PDT by Libloather
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have hosted a "WAP"-ping celebration of female sexuality with $1 million cash prizes after their collaboration debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (chart dated Aug. 22).
And the music video attracted more than 120 million YouTube views (at publishing time of this piece), reeling in tributes to icons before them and ushering in new hotties to join them at the playful, splashy zoo-like house. "WAP" is being heralded as an empowering anthem and visual for Black women who unabashedly take the reins of their own narrative, one that's typically untold or degraded in an industry ravaged by misogynoir, and paint their own watercolor picture of success with every color in the book.
So to keep the celebration of "WAP" going, we've prepared an 11-question quiz testing your knowledge of the ins and outs of the luxurious mansion featured in the music video and its esteemed guests. Test your knowledge below -- remember, 60% needed for a passing grade -- and let's hope there are some winners in this house.
(Excerpt) Read more at billboard.com ...
All cultures are equal.
Geez, and here I am, old enough to remember when “Relax” by Frankie Goes to Hollywood was considered “obscene” by the BBC.
Cardi-B’s song and video make “Relax” look quaint and only vaguely/harmlessly naughty by comparison.
wet ass pussy
“And the music video attracted more than 120 million YouTube views...”
Most of those views were probably preadolescent boys doing what preadolescent boys do at that age. “WAP” passes for what preadolescent boys used to do with Dad’s Playboy magazine while hiding under the bed cover with a flashlight.
I DJ'd at the radio station (WVGS - The Voice Of GA Southern), and they had a subscription to Melody Maker, out of the U.K. MUCH more interesting.
And nobody even knows who Casey Kasem was anymore.
This one will probably get yanked as well.
Better to bury our heads in the sand and pretend it doesn't exist while exclaiming, "What's a Cardi B?"
I happened to have read that thread, and then the lyrics.
Xaviera Hollander was classy by comparison.
How much of my tax money goes to people who spend it on this stuff?
Better to bury our heads in the sand and pretend it doesn’t exist while exclaiming, “What’s a Cardi B?”
That’s how you get your geriatric FR bonafides.
Meanwhile, society devolves further, and their kids/grandkids are listening to this garbage.
More suburban White girls than ghetto Section 8 Blacks buy this crap.
I hear this stuff all over. Not sure why it has to be blasted out of car stereos.
Wiggers seem to be the worst about it.
I'd rather have my kids listen to The Dead Kennedys or Sabaton or Iron Maiden or even Slayer than WAP. (To be fair, I love all those rock bands except for Slayer but you get the point.)
I'm glad someone posted this article and even a snippet of the lyrics. I hadn't heard about WAP but I just searched for the lyrics...wow..that might have made Zappa blush but Frank would NOT recommend censoring it - he'd want but the public to be fully informed. Thank you - I'm glad I know that this extreme kind of content is not just available but popular.
Sounds like the artistic version of Kamala Harris making her way up the ladder.
Seems that way to me, too.
Tik Tok, something new to me and only because if the recent news with China, is famous for attractive white girls dancing to garbage music. One constant is when they lip sync, the wannabes cover their mouths when the N word is sung.
Not if but of (typo)
Funny thing about censorship...I have heard some of today’s “artists” talk about what they sing and how they have to tone it down (self-censor) once they’ve become a mom or a dad (”I’ve got a child to raise.”). I see more than a little bit of hypocrisy in this, as some entertainers come to realize the potentially deleterious effect of what they do on their own children, but don’t mind getting paid for adversely affecting yours.
Self-censoring used to be the practice of the day. We used to be able to count on adults not mentioning things “when the children are around,” not curse openly, etc. In a word, society used to conduct itself with more responsibility when it came to exercising their freedom to speak. Now, all filters have been removed. All speech is equal, “if you don’t like it, switch the channel, don’t buy the music, you don’t have to listen.” All the “responsibility” for your speech has fallen on me; I can’t count on you to be responsible any longer.
even fewer remember Murray The K with his
“Ah, Bey, ah bey, koowi zowa zowa”.
it’s probably racist to even remember that.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.