11 August 2020 16:35

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Ben Shapiro: what the right-wing commentator said about Cardi B’s song WAP - and why he’s being ridiculed online

Cardi B mocked the conservative pundit Ben Shapiro after he broke down and condemned the lyrics for her new single "WAP." The New York rapper said: "I can't believe conservatives soo mad about WAP," and shared fan-made remixes of Shapiro's video. Shapiro said in a video for The Daily Wire: "This is what feminists fought for. Rapper Cardi B has responded to the conservative political pundit Ben Shapiro after he condemned the explicit lyrics of her new song featuring Megan Thee Stallion, "WAP." The New York rapper tweeted: "I can't believe conservatives soo mad about WAP," and continued to repost a collection of fan-made memes and remakes of Shapiro reciting "WAP" lyrics on his internet talk show. Shapiro, the co-founder and editor of the conservative website The Daily Wire, broke down the lyrics of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's new song in what is now a viral clip. After his acapella rendition, Shapiro condemned the lyrics, saying: "This is what feminists fought for.

"WAP" is Cardi B's latest viral hit, and has picked up the number one spot on iTunes, Apple Music, and Spotify whilst dominating discussion around censorship and sexuality on social media. Since the song's release, several conservative politicians and commentators have condemned its explicit nature. Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have also awoken "Tiger King" star Carole Baskin, who described the "WAP" music video as "Lurid," and criticized the pair's use of exotic big cats saying that they potentially used "big cat pimps" to procure the exotic animals for the video. Cardi B said that she was nervous to meet Megan Thee Stallion before collaborating on 'WAP' Fans are livid that Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's 'WAP' video stopped midway for an 'unnecessary' Kylie Jenner cameo Ben Shapiro is an American conservative political commentator (Getty Images) Ben Shapiro has been ridiculed for his bizarre reaction to a hit pop song. The song in question, WAP by rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, contains sexual imagery which drew a prudish response from the American right-wing commentator, who read a censored version of the song to listeners of his podcast, The Ben Shapiro Show.

Cardi B is among those who have mocked Shapiro, stating that she "can't believe conservatives soo mad about WAP." The proudly explicit song has also been criticised by a number of Republican politicians. Shapiro, who has previously said that rap music is for stupid people, read the lyrics aloud to his audience while providing his own commentary on the pop song. Criticising the singers for singing about female sexual pleasure, Shapiro sarcastically questioned whether the song was what feminists fought for. This is what the feminist movement was all about," he said, adding, "And if you say anything differently it's 'cause you're a misogynist, see?" Many questioned why the commentator, who has previously criticised Cardi B's Bodak Yellow, opted to criticise a song which celebrates female pleasure from consensual sex, but remain silent on the lyrics of male-produced songs, such as Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines", and Rick Ross and Future's "U.O.E.N.O" which have both been accused of promoting date rape culture. Ben Shapiro has a real problem with female sexuality.

In a tweet that was sent out without a shred of self-awareness, the conservative commentator and Trump lap-dog bragged that his "doctor wife" informed him that feminine arousal is a medical issue. Unless you've been living under a rock for the past week or so, you're aware that Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion released a song called "WAP," which is in the vein of Khia's "My Neck, My Back" and Cyndi Lauper's "She Bop," in that it celebrates female sexuality. Video: The Song That Got Ben Shapiro To Own Himself Shapiro, who apparently felt the need to share his unsolicited opinion with the world, took to his Twitter to announce that his "doctor wife" — who apparently hasn't read a medical book since the 19th century — informed him that women who get aroused at this level are suffering from infections and other maladies. Ben Shapiro is a hot topic of conversation on social media right now after a video went viral of him reading out the lyrics of Cardi B's 'WAP' on his show. And if the video wan't funny enough, Ben Shapiro has humoured Twitter users once again after he tweeted his doctor wife's medical diagnosis to the song.

Ben Shapiro has been vocal about Cardi B's 'WAP' The political writer has been very vocal about an unexpected new song release, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's 'WAP'. On his Daily Wire show, Shapiro read out the lyrics of 'WAP' and reacted to its explicitness. Many people found Shapiro's reading of 'WAP' utterly hilarious, but they weren't prepared for what he was about to tweet next! This content could not be loaded @benshapiro reading the lyrics to WAP is the single greatest gift that could ever be given. Then he goes on to say that his doctor wife diagnoses the women in the lyrics of wap with "bacterial vaginosis, yeast infection or trichomonis." In other news, Cardi B: 'WAP' meaning explained - rapper releases track with Megan Thee Stallion! Ben Shapiro, the American conservative commentator, has become an overnight meme thanks to his objection to the lyrics featured in Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's new song WAP. The song, which has become a huge hit since it was released last week is very sexually explicit in terms of its lyrics and has been championed as a new wave of women rappers reclaiming their sexuality. Perhaps the person who has been most outraged by this song is the aforementioned Shapiro, who berated the song in the latest edition of his podcast on the right-wing website The Daily Caller where he recited the lyrics but was so appalled that he couldn't even say some of the words. His almost faux-disgust at these lyrics would indicate that Shapiro hasn't listened to either Cardi B or Megan Thee Stallion before, doesn't approve of women being proud of their sex lives and really doesn't know much about hip-hop or contemporary music? Shapiro then tried to defend himself, claiming that it was 'misogynistic' to question if the lyrics were empowering for women before adding that any woman who has these symptoms might need medical assistance, a diagnosis that came from his wife.