California Congressman Had THIS to Say About Cardi B's #WAP

It seems all everyone could talk about Friday was the latest BANGER from Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion, "WAP." By the way, it is pronounce W-APP. I like to think of it as Elmer Fudd saying "rap." Kids, go look up who Elmer Fudd is if you don't know.

Anyways, this song is just what I wanted from these two certified FREAKS. It's freaky. It's a bop. Lastly, both rappers flex their unique skill set with some fun bars from Cardi and that slick, quick flow that I love from Thee Stallion.

Well, it looks like we're not the only ones taking notice. California congressman, James P. Bradley tweeted out his reaction to the song. Check it out below.

Now, it goes without saying that if you catch the eye of a politician for a rap song, then you've officially made it. (Not that either of these queens need the validation though.)

I'd like to point out though that Bradley says he "accidentally" saw the video. How you gonna accidentally watch 3 minutes of raunchy, hip-hop fam?

Of course, he's doing what a politician does; tries to shame these girls (and all women who express sexual freedom). It's pretty sad when a politician takes the time out of his day to talk about a music video when we have EVERYTHING else going on in this state, including a lot of the IE going back to school and being unsure of the future. He was rightfully dragged on Twitter.

Oh well, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go watch this video on repeat. You can check it out below.

What do you think about this IE?

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