VAX THAT THANG UP: Liberals Resort to Rap Music to Convince Blacks to Get the Shot
How pathetic do liberals get?
America is filled with propaganda pushers, and this is just another example of how little some people think of the black community.
If I didn’t know better, I would venture that the Biden administration had something to do with popular rappers from the 90s and early 00s putting out a song for convincing people to get their vaȼȼinations.
The app BLK, which is a dating app for black singles (imagine the outrage if there was a dating app strictly for white singles), put out a video from rappers Juvenile, Mannie Fresh, and Mia X, which is a remake of “Back That Thang up” called “Vax That Thang Up”.
I’m not kidding.
This is about as bad as Joe Biden playing “Despacito” when he was on the campaign trail in Florida in a pathetic attempt to appeal to Hispanic and Latino voters.
“Before you find a date, yeah, you gotta wait, yeah,” Juvenile raps as the song opens. “Gotta go vaȼȼinate yeah, get it straight, yeah.”
Mannie Fresh then adds, “Girl, you can be the queen, aftеr quarantine. We can meet up at the spot and we can do the thing,” while Mia X joins, “If you wanna get sticky and hot; Go, go, go, go get the shot.”
Other lyrics include, “Girl you look good once you vax that thang up. You a handsome young brother once you vax that thang up. Dating in real life, you need to vax that thang up.”
Take a look:
This move is part of an effort to get more of the black population vaȼȼinated, because based on some of the more recent numbers, 60% of the people who are vaȼȼinated already identify as white, while only 9% identify as black individuals. I’m not sure why this is the case other than a lack of trust in the vaȼȼine, which they are right to believe.