Hillary’s cringe-worthy gushing over ‘WAP’ comes across ‘as pander-icious as hot sauce in her purse’

A clip of Hillary Clinton’s new TV series “Gutsy,” which features her slobbering over the deep significance of the vulgar rap song “WAP” with Megan Thee Stallion, is dredging up memories of her pandering over hot sauce back in 2016.

Now, fast-forward to today and it’s evidently rap music that has many wondering if Clinton is again up to something political.

During the misnomered “Gutsy” segment, Clinton and Megan Thee Stallion glowingly discuss the bottomless depths of the song’s egregious impact on youth while sitting outdoors and doing what leftist elitists do… paint. Chelsea Clinton was in on the panderfest as well.

“Chelsea follows rap music. She has ever since she was a little girl,” Clinton proclaimed. “But I kind of came to awareness of you with the Cardi B ‘WAP.’”

“It’s great to see women be, so kind of, fierce,” Chelsea gushingly added.

“That is my life’s mission,” the rapper declared. “To make sure I am unapologetically me.”

She claimed that desire plus wanting to champion female empowerment led to her graphic, explicit song about female sexuality.

Hillary Clinton, 74, disingenuously told People that she has admired the song from the beginning. Many seriously doubt that assertion.

“I didn’t know what to think, because I’m of a much different generation, but I admired the audacity and the kind of agency that both of those young women were exhibiting: ‘Here I am. Here’s what I want to say, and either like it or not.’ I did respond to that,” Clinton commented.

The segment was beyond awkward and cringy. Many accused Clinton of pandering over the rapper while bringing up the hot sauce fiasco from 2016.

“PANDERING ALERT: Hillary Clinton discussing WAP with Megan Thee Stallion. No word yet on where she has her bottle of hot sauce stashed,” one person snarked.

“Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton talking about WAP might be the worst and most awkward thing ever recorded on film,” Matt Walsh tweeted.

The Vanguard lamented, “Dying of cringe…..Even Megan Thee Stallion looks deeply uncomfortable lmao 😵‍💫.”

“I’ve never been more uncomfortable in my life watching a video than while watching @HillaryClinton & @ChelseaClinton talk to Megan Thee Stallion about the vulgarity that is WAP 🤢🤢,” another commenter posited.


In 2016, Hillary Clinton brazenly attempted to pander to black people in an effort to get elected president on Power 105.1 FM’s “The Breakfast Club” when host Angela Yee asked her “what’s something that you always carry with you?”

“Hot sauce,” Clinton quickly responded, referring to Beyonce’s song “Formation,” where the singer stated she kept hot sauce in her bag.

“Now listen, I want you to know that people are going to see this and say, ‘She’s pandering to black people,’” co-host Charlamagne Tha God informed her.

“OK. Is it working?” she responded. “No, but seriously. I’ve been eating a lot of hot sauce. Raw peppers and hot sauce,” she said. “I think it keeps my immune system strong. Hot sauce is good for you.”

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