Offset Defended Cardi B’s Song WAP After Snoop Dogg Criticized It

December 14, 2020 / Posted by:

Offset recently survived a potential divorce from his wife, Cardi B, and so he’s ready to show he’s still that man she fell in love with and is addicted to fucking. So when Snoop Dogg decided to shit on Cardi’s song WAP for being inappropriate or whatever, Offset leapt up in the name of his wife! But you know what he won’t defend? Medical expertise. Offset also said that he will not be on the coronavirus vaccination list due to skepticism and internet rumors.

Snoop Dogg–who has laughed at Oprah falling and called Gayle King a “dog-haired bitch” only to apologize to her and Red Table Talk–is worried about women. TMZ says that Snoop did an interview with Central Ave and ended up talking about his opinion of Wet Ass Pussy and guess what? He wants women to slow their roll pussy-wise. Call him Ben Shapiro cause Snoop likes dry pussy.

He says Cardi should “slow down” when discussing her privates, because he feels like a woman’s vagina is something that should be cherished and kept secret for whoever’s fortunate enough to encounter it. He says he’d like to see more privacy and intimacy, and WAP pretty much epitomizes the exact opposite of that … in his eyes.

And before you call out Snoop for the double standard, he fully acknowledges there is one but pulled that “as a father of a daughter” shit:

Not to worry, because that irony was not lost on Snoop in his chat — he acknowledged that if he was a younger man, he’d probably be all about it … and might even hop on the WAP remix. With that said, he notes that he’s just older and sees things differently now.

Snoop mentioned having a daughter changing his perspective on life, but in the same breath … he says she’s “of this generation,” so he tries not to flex too much.

A TMZ pap caught up to Offset Saturday in Beverly Hills and asked him about Snoop’s comments. He said:

“She grown. I don’t get in female business… I hate when men do that… It’s six times platinum in three-four months… It wasn’t that bad cause it went number one… As rappers we talk about the same shit… Men can’t speak on women, they too powerful, first off. And there’s a lot of women empowerment. Don’t shoot it down… They catching up to us and passing us, setting records… That’s two women on one record that’s a very successful record… I don’t want to seem like I’m dissing Snoop, that’s my boy… All men should stay out of women business… Women strong right now, we should uplift our women. And don’t say what they can and can’t do. Do you know how long women been told they can’t do something or they shouldn’t do this?”

Me agreeing with Offset?! 2020 really is on another level, but well, then Offset went and talked about the coronavirus vaccine, which is being injected into American veins, starting today.

TMZ says that Offset also talked about how he doesn’t trust the government and doesn’t want to be the test dummy for a vaccine. He said Barack Obama getting the vaccine on camera means nothing to him because he knows celebrities, politicians and other special people get different treatment than others and mentioned a fear of side-effects.

Offset mentions a viral photo that’s been making the rounds … showing a few people with their faces frozen in a distorted position, with their mouths slightly open.

The photos were supposely taken of a few volunteers who were inoculated with the Pfizer vaccine.  The online chatter — these were some of the side effects. The word from Scientists — the side effects are generally mild, flu-like symptoms.

Now, the FDA actually acknowledged 4 of the Pfizer volunteers did end up with Bell’s Palsy–but apparently, there was no conclusive link between the vaccine and the temporary facial paralysis. And I gotta say that it’s sort of rich to hear Offset talk about how he doesn’t trust something. I mean, he’s the portrait of trustworthiness, so I guess he would recognize it, right?


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