The Federal Communications Commission received dozens of complaints over Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion‘s Grammys performance of “WAP.”
Although Cardi and Megan performed the clean version of the song rather than the explicit original, their outfits and choreography were described by many complainants as borderline pornographic.
According to ABC’s WFAA, which obtained the complaints by filing an information request with the FCC, the regulator received around 80 complaints from viewers.
One viewer from Colorado said Megan and Cardi performed “as if they were dancing in a strip club.” A viewer from Idaho said “the outfits they were wearing and the movements they did were absolutely disgusting.”
Another viewer asked how Dr. Seuss’s books were being banned while Cardi was allowed to “sing about her [WAP] on national television.”
Cardi responded to “Dr. Seuss'” comments, tweeting, “When has a school made kids read the lyrics to wap? I get it wap might be a lil vulgar but stop comparing a sensual song to books that has RACIST content! How can ya not tell the difference? I see that common sense aint that common.”
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