It doesn’t take a rap historian to know that WAP is not the first raunchy song in rap history. Over 30 years ago, 2 Live Crew released the highly explicit single Me So Horny which became a massive hit with teens across America. Soon after, major controversy ensued and, for the first time ever, a U.S. district court judge ruled this recording “obscene”.
The album was banned from sale in Florida and a lengthy legal battle ensued over the song’s lyrics. The decision to ban the album was later overturned on appeal. This final ruling – which was upheld by the US Supreme Court – was deemed as a victory for free speech. In the following years, the rap world saw a constant flow of raunchy songs, many of which were performed by female rappers. And nobody really batted an eye.
Fast-forward in 2020: WAP is unleashed onto the world. And everybody loses their minds. And, because it is 2020, people found a way to make this song about moist female genitals political and divisive. On one side, mass media gushed over the song (pun intended) with unlimited praise. Complex magazine called the song “the epitome of female empowerment” while the Los Angeles Times wrote that the song “carries a political weight that men rapping about sex doesn’t”. Not to be beaten in this golden shower of praise, the NY Times claimed that the song is “an event record that transcends the event itself”. Wow, that’s a lot of praise for a song called WAP.
On the other hand, some public figures frowned heavily on the song. James P. Bradley, a health industry executive who is running for a California congressional seat, wrote that “Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion are what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong father figure” adding that the song made him want to “pour holy water” in his ears.
Tucker Carlson criticized the song on his talk show Tucker Carlson Tonight saying that “it’s aimed at young American girls – maybe your girls, your granddaughters and what is it doing to them? Can you imagine what it’s doing to them? The people pushing it clearly are trying to hurt your children”.
Comedian Russell Brand posted a video on social media entitled “WAP: Feminist Masterpiece or P*rn?”, in which he discussed whether or not the song and the video were truly empowering to women. He asked if feminism means to “achieve equality by aspiring to and replicating the values that have been established by males”. He called the song “a sort of capitalist objectification and commodification of, in this case, the female.”
In short, lots of big words were thrown around to analyze a song that is called, once again, WAP. However, it appears that nobody actually sat down, intently watched the video, and took the time to decipher what it truly means.
Visual arts are based on symbolism. And symbols have the power to convey profound meanings that go beyond the limitations of words. Because, beyond the butts and the breasts, there’s a lot of symbolism going on in the video. And that symbolism is telling a story so vivid that it renders all the debate described above useless. The video is about slavery. It is about mind control. It is about sexual exploitation for the elite. It’s all there – but conveyed through symbolism.
Despite the apparent similarities between 2 Live Crew’s Me So Horny and Cardi B’s WAP, there’s a major, all-important difference between the two: 2 Live Crew was a group of teenagers signed to an independent label with a small budget; Cardi B is a major, global artist signed with Atlantic Records with a near-unlimited budget. In other words, she is being pushed by the occult elite. And, as seen in countless articles on this site, the occult elite permeates the work of its pawns with a specific set of symbols that tell a specific story.
The video of WAP is glaring proof of this. It basically sums up, in the most blatant matter possible, one of the occult elite’s most horrific obsessions. Here’s a look at the video.
The video begins with ornate gates opening as the viewers enter the premises of a lavish mansion.
Then there’s this fountain.
There’s a lot going on here. First, that statue is lactating which appears to be a reference to the fact that Cardi B is a mother. Despite this fact, she’s being wh*red out. It is almost as if they’re ridiculing the sacredness of motherhood.
The physical features of the fountain, including the tongue sticking out, appears to be inspired by classic depictions of the Hindu goddess Kali.
As seen in previous VC articles, the occult elite loves to use Hindu deities in symbolic scenarios.
In the context of WAP, there is something extremely symbolic about a major music industry star being associated with Kali and the forces it represents. While the origins and the spiritual meaning of Kali are extremely complex, she is mostly known for her wrathful bloodlust and her unbridled sexuality.
“Kali is the quintessential embodiment of shakti, female power. She emerges as an independent goddess around 1000 BCE and evolves as a controversial character: she is a scary, bloodthirsty embodiment of destruction, and the ultimate protector against evil. She is spiritual and bodily, erotic and sexual and as such, courageous: in the Tantrik cults that revolve around her, eroticism is primarily a way of confronting one’s deepest fears.”
– Quartz, Kali is the 3,000-year-old feminist icon we need today
While the worship of Kali was never really popular (people were terrified of her wrath), some tantric sects and secret societies pandered to Kali’s characteristics by engaging in sexual rituals and human sacrifices. Coincidentally enough, those are two of the occult elite favorite practices.
More recently, Kali has been celebrated as a feminist icon.
“In the 20th and 21st centuries, many western feminist scholars have adopted Kali as a mascot of female empowerment, or have politicised her as a symbol of the supposed former matriarchal golden age that came before our present state of patriarchal control and decline. New Age Tantric practitioners adapt her obvious sexual manifestations as a therapeutic tool, while Hollywood employs her as a convenient symbol of malevolence. But Kali, the true Kali, will continue to defy all attempts to tame and domesticate her, as she has since the beginning of time.”
– Kashgar, Kali – A Most Misunderstood Goddess
In short, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion are associated with the goddess Kali who is a lustful yet destructive goddess while also being an icon for modern feminists. However, there’s a major difference between Cardi B and Kali B: Kali is an unrestrained force of nature that transcends the material world … and Cardi B is a slave wh*re stuck inside a house.
Wh*res in This House
Back to the video. After passing through the symbolic fountain, we enter the house. Then the beat begins, coupled with a looping sample that goes:
“There’s some wh*res in this house”
After witnessing this sequence of events, it is rather difficult to reconcile the supposed “empowering” message of the song with what actually happens on screen. I mean, the beat repeatedly calls Cardi B and Stallion “wh*res”. And the usage of this word is rather offputting. I kind of get how the word “b*tch” was reappropriated to signify a fierce yet unapologetic woman. Kind of. But the word “wh*re” is different. It has an ancient and visceral feel to it. It’s powerful in its own right. For centuries, it was meant to denigrate prostitutes and immoral women and it goes all the way back to the biblical Wh*re of Babylon. Calling someone a b*tch is one thing. But a wh*re? That’s like a serious insult that reverberates through the centuries.
Anyways, so these two wh*res are walking around the house. And, as we see the symbolism around them, we understand that they’re not regular wh*res. They’re sex slaves meant to “service” the occult elite.
As explained in my article Origins and Techniques of Monarch Mind Control, there are several types of MK programming. The main ones are Theta programming (special agents and programmed assassins) and Beta programming (sex slaves used in elite circles). The article explains:
BETA is referred to as “sexual” programming (slaves). This programming eliminates all learned moral convictions and stimulates the primitive instinct, devoid of inhibitions. “Cat” alters may come out at this level. Known as Kitten programming, it is the most visible kind of programming as some female celebrities, models, actresses, and singers have been subjected to this kind of programming. In popular culture, clothing with feline prints often denotes Kitten programming.
The WAP video is exactly about this, right down to the overload of feline prints. In the video, Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and all of the other guests in the video play the role of Beta slaves servicing elite customers.
To confirm this fact, the video is replete with symbolism that directly alludes to Monarch programming.
In occult circles, dualistic floors are ritualistic surfaces on which occult transformation occurs. In the twisted world of mind control, rituals, dissociation, and programming heavily involve the use of dualistic patterns.
In the video, snakes symbolize the male organ. Cardi herself says:
“Not a garden snake, I need a king cobra”
Through symbolism, the video indicates that the wh*res in this house are not regular wh*res, they’re Beta Kitten slaves.
Other than Cardi and Megan, the video features several other slaves.
Some people wondered why Kylie even appeared in this video. Some even requested her removal because she’s not black (people know how to get upset about the wrong things). She’s there because she couldn’t be a better representative of the elite’s Beta-Kitten system.
Other than Kylie, the video features several other industry up-and-comers playing the role of wh*res.
The video features other up-and-comers such as Mulatto, Sukihana, and Rubi Rose. The message: They’re industry “prospects” that might be willing to do what needs to be done to be recruited by the industry.
To new readers of this site, the above interpretation might sound far-fetched or “reaching”. However, as one reads the hundreds of articles on this site analyzing videos, one realizes that this exact pattern of symbols is constantly used in the same exact context. These symbols mean something very specific to those “in the know”.
When one understands the not-so-subtle symbolism in WAP, it is rather difficult to understand the feminist and “sex-positive” praise it has been receiving. Because it is about the exact opposite. It is about slavery and the worst kind of slavery possible. It is about women that are drugged, traumatized, and dissociated out of their minds and who are forced to pleasure sadistic men day in and day out.
Cardi B rapping lines such as “I wanna gag, I wanna choke” might sound empowering to some. However, considering the visual context of the video, she’s basically a slave who tells her customers what they want to hear. Because, in the end, that’s exactly what she is.
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