I think that we would all do well to stop endorsing musicians and Hollywood celebrities. We should stop watching their videos on YouTube and listening to their music on Spotify and Pandora. We should stop watching them on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video or whatever other video streaming service you may use.
All we’re doing is giving them more reason to continue promoting their leftist agenda and their vulgar lifestyle, as well as pushing it on our youth.
I recently saw a meme that said, “Imagine living in a nation where Cardi B’s “Wet A** P***y” wins ‘song of the year’…yet The Cat in the Hat is deemed ‘inappropriate content’ and Disney slaps content warnings on The Muppet Show.”
This is world that we’re living in. Now, I don’t watch the Grammys nor do I really keep up with who wins what in the world of music, but that meme sums up the state of our country right now.
In just the past month or so, we’ve seen that Dr. Seuss and Looney Tunes are labeled as being offensive forms of media, but Cardi B’s disgusting, vulgar, and borderline pornographic dancing and music videos is something to be celebrated as “sex-positive”.
Honestly, I’ve never been to a strip club, but this is basically how I would imagine it would look like.
Wow! Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B brought the body to the Grammy Awards Sunday night.
Megan Thee Stallion, coming fresh off her win for best new artist earlier in the evening, took the stage and gave a jaw-dropping performance for her hit singles, “Savage” and “Body.”
Then Cardi B performed her song “Up,” alongside a giant stiletto. Just when you thought the heat was turned all the way up, the two artists performed their not-safe-for-work song, “WAP” on a super-sized bed.
They gloriously twerked and strutted and owned the stage in Barbarella-esque outfits, referencing female empowerment, sexual pride and delivering undoubtedly one of the most memorable Grammy performances of all time.
Here’s one more thing that I always see liberals doing that is a complete contradiction to what they claim to want.
They want women to not be a sexual object, yet here they are dancing sexually. They don’t want to be objectified, but here they are acting link a object for you-know-what. Liberals are walking, talking contradictions.