Megan Thee Sex Kitten Releases “WAP” With Cardi B
You can’t mention Megan Thee Stallion’s most momentous 2020 moments without mentioning the think-piece inspiring, controversy causing “WAP.”
Megan explained that the eyebrow-raising, p***y-pop inducing track (and super-steamy cameo-filled video)encourages women’s empowerment.
“I loved how all the women were like, “Yes, we got that WAP.” Like, I feel like it made a lot of women not be shy,” Meg told Apple Music. “You could sing these words and really feel liberated. Like, you could really own your own sexuality because a lot of the times, I feel like men think that sex is just about them, or that sex is just for them. This is my vagina, like, I could sing about it if I want to … We didn’t know that this song was gonna do none of this. Like, we didn’t know that it was gonna piss people off. We didn’t know the republicans was gonna be pissed off. I was like, “Damn, y’all ain’t trying to win some right now? Like, why y’all even worried about WAP?” (laughs). But like, I don’t know.”
“WAP” went on to win Best Rap Song at the AMAs.