Does she not hear what’s coming out of her mouth?
Recently Congresswoman Maxine Waters decided that it would be a good idea to acknowledge rapper Megan Thee Stallion for her song “Wet A** P****.”
Waters wrote to the rapper and thanked her for “drawing attention to the ‘plight of black women.'”
In the letter, Waters wrote, “You are so right that Black women have paved the way and have done so by leading with courage and bravery. There is also this notion, which you touched upon, that we as Black women have the ability to bear a heavier burden than everyone else in this society.”
“That notion contributes to the lack of care and attention to the issues that specifically affect us While we are too often overlooked, there is no doubt that Black women are a glue for our families and communities, and a crucial part of the fabric of this country. We see that – in your career and your tremendous success, despite the obstacles that have come your way.”
Where Waters is getting this from, no one knows. The song from the rapper clearly has nothing to do with anything that Waters is praising it for.
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