Why Cardi B’s WAP song about hookers, twerking, snakes, and tongue foreplay demonic?
A big year, 2020, isn’t all about pandemics and BLM riots. Satan continues to work behind mainstream music. From demons in Hollywood to the “dark lyrics” of Billie Eilish and J Lo‘s suggestive self-pleasure—young audiences are desensitized.
1. Cardi B’s WAP lyrics and video should be classifed “X-Rated”
On August 6, singer Cardi B released W.A.P. The music video is not about being “sexy in pink,” but distinctively suggests prostitution, hookers who work seven days a week. Of course, there are salacious twerking, skimpy clothes, and lesbian foreplay.
The lyrics are also heavy on cussing. The words and choreography should have been labeled “X-rated. Today, these elements are staples in decadent American music that’s infecting the rest of the world.
1 Corinthians 6:9
Or do you not know that wrongdoers will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: Neither the sexually immoral nor idolaters nor adulterers nor men who have sex with men nor thieves nor the greedy nor drunkards nor slanderers nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.
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Cardi B’s “WAP WAP WAP” slut dance, together with “SlutWalk” is a new kind of feminism that is an abomination before a Holy God. But of course, they don’t care—they see those who criticize, prudes, or boomers.
2. Cardi B’s songs promote the disintegration of values
The lyrics are explicit. Without a doubt describing acts of lasciviousness and a load of cussing that’s not even bleeped. Pundit Candice Owen said, “Her music and platform contributes to the disintegration of black culture and values…” The WAP lyric speaks for itself.
“Seven days a week, Wet ass pu**y. Yeah, you “f**king” with some wet ass pu**y. Give me everything you got for this wet ass pu**y, extra-large and extra hard. Put this pu**y right in your face. Hop on top; I wanna ride.
I ride on that thang like the cops behind me… In the food chain, I’m the one that eat ya… I’m talking WAP, WAP, WAP… There’s some whores in this house; There’s some whores in this house.
3. Scriptures describe Cardi B’s WAP music “Children of Sorcery”
Like other “sex-laced” music videos, Cardi B’s WAP is an overload of lasciviousness. In the cover, Cardi sticks out her tongue like a slithering snake.
“But you—come here, you children of witches, you offspring of adulterers and prostitutes. Who are you mocking? At whom do you sneer and stick out your tongue?
The hope we find in Christ for Cardi B and others like her who will choose to turn back, and repent from their sinful ways
Scripture is clear; the sexually immoral will not inherit the Kingdom of God. Naturally, atheists and Satanists scoff and laugh. Unless singers like Cardi B repent and turn to God, judgment awaits her.