Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s song “WAP” continues to stir controversy.
Following their racy performance at the Grammys on Sunday the Federal Communication Commission received around 80 complaints from viewers who deemed the performance too sexual obscene, and pornographic.
The outfits they were wearing and the movements they did were absolutely disgusting, a viewer from Idaho wrote in one complaint, another poured out vituperation that the network should face very stringent penalties.
Many criticized their wardrobes, with one viewer from Texas calling Megan harlot dress in a naked revealing outifit.a Another viewer said the Grammys need to require the artist not to be performing any types of sexual acts and require clothes to stay on and not stripping down to bra and panties.
Others brought up cancel culture in their complaints. “Why was that performance okay but Pepe Le Pew is offensive?” said one viewer, citing the cancelation of the Looney Tunes skunk over concerns about promoting rape culture. Another viewer wondered how Dr. Seuss’ books were being banned while Cardi B is allowed to sing about her ‘WAP’ on national television.
The “WAP” performance also sparked outrage from conservative commentator Candace Owens, who has been head-butt with Cardi on social media for a while now. Owens called it “an attack on American values, American traditions” and accused Cardi and Meg of “actively trying to make children aspire to things that are grotesque.”
Matter fact I’m just going to thank Candy, Cardi B responded in a since-deleted tweet. “She put my performance on Fox News giving it more views that boosted the views on YouTube and is counting towards my streams.