In August of last year, as America was being rampaged by a deadly pandemic, Ben Shapiro chose to use his massive platform to whine about a three minute rap song. “Wet ass p-word, p-word is female genitalia,” Shapiro explained, reading and annotating the lyrics to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “Wap” in the style of a man who certainly is unclear how sex works. “And it gets significantly, significantly more vulgar, like a lot more vulgar,” he added. While Shapiro clutched his pearls like a 17th century puritan, noted white supremacist-curious Fox News host Tucker Carlson fretted that Megan and Cardi were “intentionally trying to degrade our culture and hurt our children.”
Did I mention they were having this conversation as hundreds of thousands of Americans were dying from a virus?
Criticism from idiots like Carlson and Shapiro didn’t matter at all, of course. The song went quintuple platinum and Megan went on to win Best New Artist at the Grammys. But, the Houston rapper isn’t going to let them have the last word. On Friday, she released her blistering new track “Thot Shit” along with a video that brilliantly skewers slut-shaming conservatives.
The video opens with some old white politician, fingers stained with Cheetohs dust, calling Megan’s music stupid and regressive in a comments section online. Then he gets a call from Megan herself: “Look motherfucker, the women that you accidentally tryna step on are everybody that you depend on,” she says. “Do not fuck with them.”
She swings by after to hit him with a garbage truck.
It only gets better from there as Megan’s ass follows him everywhere he goes in a hilarious visualization of how conservative white men seem to be obsessed and angry with how she expresses her sexuality. She’s there when he shops for groceries, when he’s at work, when he’s trying to eat.
“I don’t give a fuck ’bout a blog tryna bash me, I’m the shit per the Recording Academy,” she raps on the song.
The message is crystal clear—no need at all for the Elevated Stupidity employed by the likes of Shapiro.
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