WAP, by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, has become an anthem for women in 2020. The song talks about women reclaiming their bodies and owning their sh*t.
Two teens in NC, Alex Cueto and Hannah Bauerle, recently went viral after Cuerto recited the lyrics to WAP as a clapback to an annoying Christian minister protesting outside a local abortion clinic. Cueto and Bauerle, both 19, are volunteers for Charlotte for Choice, a non-profit that specializes in abortion rights.
There are a few clips of this specific encounter, all of which have gone viral. You can watch them below.
I am so proud of these two girls for all the work they do. These girls are going to change the world.
I'm also glad that the song WAP exists. Back in my day, we had Lil Kim. She definitely laid it down with her women-empowerment songs. She was the big scandal back then, and she didn't care. I see Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion in the same light. Women should not be told what to do with their bodies, except to love their bodies. We are powerful, strong, and we can do anything!
To the pro-lifers, get a life. Pay attention to your own sh*t.