Cardi b Grammy 2021
The 63rd Grammy Awards found their owners at the ceremony held in Los Angeles, USA. The ceremony was broadcast live in the USA by CBS television. Cardi B received criticism for her obscene dance at the ceremony. However, it was interpreted as the hottest performance at the Grammy Awards of recent times.
Cardi B’s Grammy Awards Obscene Stage Show Reacts!
The Grammy Awards, the most prestigious awards in the music world, found their owners for the 63rd time at the ceremony held in Los Angeles, but the echoes continue. Although Beyoncé and Taylor Swift made history as female artists who won the top four awards, other controversies remained.
Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson slammed a performance at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, criticizing that they are “deliberately trying to insult our culture and hurt our children.”
The performance by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion while singing their song WAP also included the pole dance that the couple performed together. The dance show was found to be highly sexual on social media.
The duo, who performed a duet in their performances praising the female anatomy, staged their fit songs live for the first time. Other backlash came from anti-sexy film group and Fox host Carlson, who said the show contributed to the sexual exploitation of women and the normalization of p*rn culture.
Speaking to conservative writer and political commentator Carlson, Candace Owens said the performance was essentially adult style.
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“While this is touted as feminism, it’s not a political issue,” Owens said. This seems like an attack on American values, American traditions.
You are trying to motivate children to do grotesque things,” he said. Candace Owens said, “We show kids they have to imitate singers like Cardi B. But we see that American values and American principles have been destroyed.”
On the other hand, the National Center for Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), an anti-p*rn*graphy group founded in 1962, said in a statement that “The CBS Grammys broadcast contributed to the sexual exploitation of women through prostitution and striptease.”