Friday, 14 August 2020

Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion, WAP tongue

An animated clip of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion in colourful dresses poking tongue and walking down a blue walled corridor in the “WAP” music video
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Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion tongue

Cardi B gives much tongue along with fellow collaborating rapper Megan Thee Stallion in the video for her new controversial sex-themed single “WAP”—an acronym for the slang term “Wet-Ass Pussy”—with Kyle Jenner making a cameo appearance although sadly without tongue pokeage, but with Cardi metaphorically poking it for her defending her somewhat controversial inclusion too for meme-making woke Twitterati (theblast.com).

An animated clip of Megan Thee Stallion grinding her ass and then poking out her tongue in white tiger print outfit and hair extensions in the “WAP” music video
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An animated clip of Cardi B poking out her tongue crouched down with Megan Thee Stallion in the corridor in the “WAP” music video
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And keen to milk that controversy gushing like the animated squirting golden busts on the walls in wonderland-esque video, the former exotic dancer intends to form a community on OnlyFans to have “conversations with my real fans” and give a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video on the paid subscription platform known for its adult and NSFW content (cnn.com).

How Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” flipped the script (buzzfeednews.com).

In accessorizing their video with Kylie Jenner, the rappers have done another thing, beyond curating, or showing themselves (and viewers) around their museum: They’ve pulled off a subtle form of theft. Like any good art heist, they’ve done a switcheroo. Cardi and Meg have used Jenner, their bait, to switch the discourse, from the lyrical bawdiness of two Black women to a real-life, white, scion of the “sex sells” business — to switch the public’s attention from just an assessment of their song and video’s overindulgence to Jenner, a symbol, for some, of excess, who is frequently accused of stealing and of doing too much.

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