A millennial and black-focused dating app that is partnering with Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote initiative has released a raunchy rap video titled “No Voting, No Vucking,” with the goal of motivating blacks to register to vote for the midterm elections.
The dating app BLK has teamed up with rappers Trina and Saucy Santana to release the single titled “No Voting, No Vucking,” which features sexually suggestive double entendres like “stuff my ballot box,” “put the ‘bi’ in ‘bipartisan,’” and “wanna hit this booty, gotta do your civic duty.”
Watch below. (Warning: graphic lyrics):
This is the degrading, condescending view of blacks that Democrats hold: that they’re sex-crazed animals and the men can only be compelled to vote by having sex withheld from them.
The music video concludes with a link to Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote site, with a form that to help visitors register to vote.
When We All Vote is making a big push to drive youth voter registration and participation ahead of November’s midterm elections. Although the group bills itself as “non-partisan,” its leaders are closely affiliated with the Obamas, with a slew of leftist Hollywood celebrities serving as co-chairs.