Ever because Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion dropped the video for their partnership, WAP, there has actually been an extreme dispute around the entire thing.
Russell Brand name was just recently dragged for ‘mansplaining feminism’ as he attended to the release in a Twitter video, while Carole Baskin had something to state about the use of animal images in the clip– which has stimulated a feud we weren’t anticipating.
Christina Aguilera and Lena Dunham also paid tribute to the bop in their own method on Instagram.
And LL COOL J has now has his say on the whole thing, true blessing us with the finest response to the whole palaver.
Talking to Metro.co.uk about the growth of his Rock The Bells brand name, the subject relied on the song– which epically dirty video– and he didn’t hold back.
‘ Say what you wish to say. Artists say what you wish to say, make what you desire to make,’ he insisted.
‘ It’s all good, what’s the problem? How can they be … What are we supposed to do? You can’t require your moral POV on someone’s art.
‘ You have actually got people who feel like the Statue of David should not be nude! What are we expected to do? Put some sweatpants on the Statue of David?
‘ Let’s put some joggers on the Statue of David so everyone is comfy.’
Could you enjoy that guy anymore?
LL COOL J’s reaction to WAP is in plain contrast to Russell Brand name, with the comedian coming under fire for sharing his ideas on YouTube.
In a 17- minute video, the 45- year-old admitted he was uncertain whether the clip– which reveals Cardi and Megan twerking around while Kylie Jenner, Normani and Rosalia make the odd cameo– was a ‘feminist work of art or porn’.
‘ From a political point of view, I do not know that demonstrates progress since gender and sex aside, what are the worths that we are collectively striving to?,’ he asked audiences.
‘ Objectification of the other, objectification of the self, is objectification something that we’re aspiring to sexuality and sensuality as product?’
‘ I would not be so reductive and simplistic to state that women commemorating their bodies using a visual that’s conventionally been related to the male look suggests it’s difficult that these tools might be used as a car for freedom.’
‘ However I am stating that in a sense it’s still the exact same metric, it’s still the exact same visual, it’s still the same worths, it’s still the same ideals,’ Russell added.
‘ It’s still eventually a sort of capitalist objectification and commodification of, in this case, the female.
‘ I’m not recommending that they aren’t effective auteurs and powerful creators, I’m stating that we should be striving to a totally different set of worths, not who has the power within an established set of worths.’
The clip has actually done the rounds on social networks, with many implicating the Forgetting Sarah Marshall star of ‘mansplaining feminism’, and advising him to ‘stay in his lane’.
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