Millenial Warns Parents of “W.A.P.” in Cardi B and Harry Styles Music

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Vlogger exposes the danger of a new trend “WAP,” associated with the songs of Cardi B and Harry Styles

YouTube vlogger JOEYDRAMATV spills what’s on his mind. As a millennial, Joey sees a decaying American society. In today’s music, Satan no longer hides. Music is changing the mindset of a lot of young people, and he is warning parents to tell kids not to listen to this kind of music.

Cardi B’s WAP song about disrespecting women

Kids today are heavily influenced by satanic mainstream artists. They want to indoctrinate children with lies, sins, and lust. For example, Cardi B’s W.A.P. music video alludes satanic symbols such as sticking out the tongue, twerking, and snakes.

A victim himself of bad music, he’s appalled that a lot of girls sing “WAP, WAP, WAP…” which is about disrespecting women.

Young girls singing Harry Style’s Watermelon song, think it’s cool, cute, and harmless

A lot of 10 years old girls love to sing Harry Style’s “Watermelon” song, he said. The song is about a man doing oral sex on a woman, and he’s disgusted about these artists promoting the sexualization of nearly everything.

Watermelon lyrics seem cute and harmless

Harry Styles sings, “Taste like strawberries on a summer evening,” as he rubs a watermelon. Harry continues to sing, “I want more… it’s so wonderful and warm.”

The urban slang “watermelon pussy” is an allusion to the vagina; the reason “watermelon” is usually played around sex with a woman.

The video also shows several women in ecstasy,” as they touch a watermelon in between their thighs. This, after Harry, “eats” the watermelon. Interestingly, Styles dedicates the video to “touching.”

Don’t force your kids

Joey warns parents not to force kids into a religious ritual or tradition. It may cause rebellion in the end. Parents can only influence their kids until about ten years old. Soon enough, it’s their friends, movies, music that may impact them.

Parents cannot make decisions for their children, and so they have to train and teach them the right way. Joey tells parents not to be naive. This world is not of God. “It’s not positive,” and this world wants your child to have depression, addiction.

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