Ben Shapiro reading the 'WAP' lyrics will make you laugh your 'd-word' off

By Tim Marcin2020-08-10 20:58:40 UTC Right-wing pundit Ben Shapiro — defender of freedom of speech — was super upset about the lyrics in the newly released Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion track "WAP."  He even went as far to recite the lyrics to the song — WAP stands for wet-ass pussy and lots of the lyrics are explicit and sexual — and well, the result is... something else. It sounds kind of like a computer reading the song out loud while subbing in phrases like "p-word" and "d-word."  There's simply no way you'll ever be able to forget Shapiro, reading like a butterscotch candy would read if a butterscotch candy could read, saying the lyrics "certified freak, seven days a week." Just watch it.  It wasn't long before the internet made Shapiro's incredibly awkward line-reading — which ended with him railing against the feminist movement — began a meme. As the internet does, people were quick to fire off jokes.  [ben shapiro voice] make that pullout game weak — ☕netw3rk (@netw3rk) August 10, 2020 Ben Shapiro's voice is the most effective antidote to WAP. — Elika Sadeghi (@elikasadeghi) August 10, 2020 *ben shapiro voice* spit in my mouth — ines helene (@inihelene) August 10, 2020 (Ben Shapiro Voice) Now, Let's say, hypothetically speaking, that there are some whores in this house. Now if you're following with me, let's also say, your pullout game is weak. Ok? Are you following me here? This would imply you would need to bring a bucket and a mop. — Erihya (@WuffFluff) August 10, 2020 But the internet didn't stop there. Because people are funny and have time on their hands, they edited Shapiro's reading into the actual song. The result is both hilarious and, frankly, disturbing.  So anyway, that's a thing that happened today. Ben Shapiro read lyrics to "WAP" and now we'll never be able to unhear it. And the memes will live on forever.  Let's block ads! (Why?)

Ben Shapiro reading the 'WAP' lyrics will make you laugh your 'd-word' off
By Tim Marcin2020-08-10 20:58:40 UTC Right-wing pundit Ben Shapiro — defender of freedom of speech — was super upset about the lyrics in the newly released Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion track "WAP."  He even went as far to recite the lyrics to the song — WAP stands for wet-ass pussy and lots of the lyrics are explicit and sexual — and well, the result is... something else. It sounds kind of like a computer reading the song out loud while subbing in phrases like "p-word" and "d-word."  There's simply no way you'll ever be able to forget Shapiro, reading like a butterscotch candy would read if a butterscotch candy could read, saying the lyrics "certified freak, seven days a week." Just watch it.  It wasn't long before the internet made Shapiro's incredibly awkward line-reading — which ended with him railing against the feminist movement — began a meme. As the internet does, people were quick to fire off jokes.  [ben shapiro voice] make that pullout game weak — ☕netw3rk (@netw3rk) August 10, 2020 Ben Shapiro's voice is the most effective antidote to WAP. — Elika Sadeghi (@elikasadeghi) August 10, 2020 *ben shapiro voice* spit in my mouth — ines helene (@inihelene) August 10, 2020 (Ben Shapiro Voice) Now, Let's say, hypothetically speaking, that there are some whores in this house. Now if you're following with me, let's also say, your pullout game is weak. Ok? Are you following me here? This would imply you would need to bring a bucket and a mop. — Erihya (@WuffFluff) August 10, 2020 But the internet didn't stop there. Because people are funny and have time on their hands, they edited Shapiro's reading into the actual song. The result is both hilarious and, frankly, disturbing.  So anyway, that's a thing that happened today. Ben Shapiro read lyrics to "WAP" and now we'll never be able to unhear it. And the memes will live on forever.  Let's block ads! (Why?)