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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Because I Thought Someone Said Something About 'WAP' Being Too Sexual

Although Megan thee Stallion and Cardi B released their song "WAP" on Friday, the lyrics are still causing a frenzy among fans and critics. While the song samples Frank Ski's "Whores in This House," the two rappers embrace their sexuality, leaving many people to expose their misogynistic opinions and double standards for women.

Despite the song being released at the beginning of a new decade, the sexually empowering lyrics are nothing new under this sun. 

In the midst of being in quarantine, "WAP" has somehow forged amnesia in the minds of critics who grew up with music from Lil' Kim, Foxy Brown, Adina Howard and Salt N Peppa.

If you happen to be among the forgetful, here are a few songs to kick start your memory. 

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