Vile rapper Megan Thee Stallion shared on Instagram a screenshot of the letter she received from race-baiting, anti-Trump hysteric Rep. Maxine Waters, thanking the “Wet Ass Pussy” rapper for drawing attention to the “plight of black women” in an op-ed she wrote for The New York Times, in which the rapper explained why she is using her platform to speak up for black women.
“I write all this to say that I am so incredibly proud of you and how you have used your voice to uplift black women,” Waters wrote. “I know that black women and girls everywhere thank you for the way you so fiercely have their back. I want you to know that I have your back, too. I hope that during these trying times you take comfort in knowing that I am fighting for you, and all black women, every single day.”
“Stay well, keep fighting, and take care. We need your voice in this fight,” Waters concluded, thanking Megan Thee Stallion “for bringing much needed attention to the plight of black women.”
“One of the highlights of my year was getting a letter from Congress Woman @repmaxinewaters,” the rapper enthused. “I am so honored to be recognized by such an amazing woman and I promise to keep using my voice and encourage others to use theirs!”
It’s hard to imagine how a rapper most famous for a song bursting with obscene, sexually graphic lyrics and praising the sexual objectification of black women could be considered uplifting. If Waters really wanted to praise someone for using her voice to uplift black women, perhaps she should have reached out to Candace Owens.