Footage has gone viral today that shows a woman - who has now been dubbed a "Karen," of course - freaking out over Cardi B's hit track, "WAP" being played in the family car.
I can't say I really blame her...
Because, as you may be aware, "WAP" isn't exactly the family-friendly track of the decade.
via: YouTubeStanding for "Wet Ass P***y," Cardi B and Meghan Thee Stallion's hit collaboration has been taking the world by storm ever since its release in August this year.
The song is riddled with sexual connotations and innuendos from start to finish.
via: YouTubeAt the start of the track, Cardi raps: "Yeah, you f*****g with some wet-ass p***y - bring a bucket and a mop for this wet-ass p***y - give me everything you got for this wet-ass p***y."
And that was just a warm-up.The rest of the song weighs in on some pretty explicit sexual activity, which I'm not going to write about here - for obvious reasons.
And just when we thought "WAP" couldn't get anymore raunchy...The music video was released, and it blew us all away.
A whole host of erotic female dancers feature in the video...
via: YouTubeBecause Cardi "wanted different types of bad b****es in my video. Black, white, Latin, mix."
And we can't forget Kylie Jenner's somewhat bizarre appearance, can we?One segment of the video shows the reality star walking seductively through the house in a revealing leopard print bodysuit - this then resulted in a petition being launched to get her removed from the video.
However, that doesn't mean the song hasn't experienced success.
The music video has now had over three-hundred million views on YouTube...And the powerhouse collaboration alone has amassed more than thirty-nine million streams.
Many regard "WAP" as one of the most iconic feminist anthems of all time...
With women from all over the world claiming to feel "empowered" by its raunchy and explicit lyrics.
@laurenhtexas 🗣 If a woman doesn’t feel empowered by WAP she’s a fake feminist— 🌷 miguel 🌷 (@🌷 miguel 🌷)1607570585.0
However, on the other hand...
Some people aren't too impressed with the track, slamming it as "inappropriate" and "damaging to feminism."
@ComplexMusic WAP is disgusting. It pissed off a lot of people who raised daughters who respect themselves. I long… https://t.co/9Ss8PBqoz3— JulesWins (@JulesWins)1607793870.0
It's a divisive topic, to say the least...
But one thing that everyone can agree on is that "WAP" is not appropriate for family listening.
Not my grandma asking if I know who cardi b is and what WAP is about ☠☠☠— Oreo bIm✊ ✿ (@Oreo bIm✊ ✿)1597801049.0
Many have expressed their concern surrounding the effect this song will have upon young and vulnerable ears...
And most parents have made the effort to ensure their children won't hear the lyrics until they're significantly older. Fair enough, right?
@Nitrozv20 @DailyCaller Not saying she needs to be cancelled, we're just saying tis a garbage song and her message… https://t.co/crHhhtblUp— Helepolis (@Helepolis)1597799090.0