‘Wap’ music video ‘totally unafraid’ of a legal battle with YouTube
— It’s a video of a man wearing a mask and holding a gun, holding his arms out at a camera.
And it has fans.
It has critics.
And yet, the video has gone viral.
The creators of the “Wap” music video for the “Black Lives Matter” anthem “Take a Stand” have been accused of using a gun to harm people.
They’ve had to shut down their website and put up a sign on their property.
It’s been viewed more than 400,000 times, including by the president.
And WAPers is standing by the video, calling it a “black power anthem.”
“We are so proud of our artist for this music video,” said Michael M. Smith, co-founder and chief content officer at WAPs.
“We’ve seen it on YouTube and seen it in our community, and we’ve seen a lot of people respond.”
But WAP’s video has become a political flashpoint for WAP, which says it has had no involvement in the video’s creation or promotion.
The music video features the rapper, a rapper for Wap, who performs with a hoodie over his face.
In the video his black face is obscured by a hood, as a mask covering his eyes.
It shows him with his hands raised in a “totally-unafraid” manner, and he is wearing a black shirt and black shoes.
The video has received thousands of comments on YouTube.
“The video is completely unafriar and has no affiliation with any organization or any other person or group,” Smith said.
“It’s the artist who created it and they have to go through this process.”
The video’s creators said they did not want to use the term “Black Power” and have never advocated violence.
But the rap video’s critics say it’s a racist attack on black people.
“I think that it’s disgusting, but I also think that if you look at the content, the language and the words, I think it’s really racist,” said Nellie C. Bailey, an adjunct professor of communication at Penn State who has studied the Black Lives Matter movement.
Bailey said she thinks the video is offensive because the rapper is a “racist, homophobic, misogynistic misogynist.”
“I just think it does nothing to promote the cause of Black Lives Matters,” Bailey said.
A black musician for WSPA, WAP has been featured on several rap music videos and has also made a video for “Rise Up” featuring rap artist A$AP Rocky.
The rap video is one of many videos on WAPS website that use “black-power” as a way to highlight racial issues, but it’s been one of the most controversial.
The group was criticized for using a rap video featuring two black rappers to promote its music.
WAP said it wanted to use its music video as a positive symbol of what the Black community could achieve.
“This is a movement that’s not just about Black Lives, but all people,” said Smith.
“People are going to be talking about it.
WSPA has not commented on the controversy. “
The rap videos have been viewed by more than 5.6 million people.
“They’re using their platform to be more visible, but they’re not actually making any impact on the world.” “
When you’re in the music industry, you’re trying to be a part of something bigger than yourself, and this is just the latest example of that,” said Bailey.
“They’re using their platform to be more visible, but they’re not actually making any impact on the world.”
WAP also recently announced it would be releasing its first ever documentary about the Black Power movement, “The Black Panther.”
“This video really touches a nerve,” said C.J. Haines, a professor of sociology at Rutgers University and author of the book “WAPs” that is based on his research.
“There is a very real fear of being branded a racist or a bigot, but there’s a fear that it will actually harm people who actually do something.”
Hainers said he believes the rap videos can have a negative impact because they portray people in an inaccurate way.
“One of the main reasons they do these videos is to be seen as a counterweight to the mainstream media,” he said.
But Bailey said it’s important to note that the rap music video has not been associated with WAP in any way.
She said it could potentially harm people because of what it might represent.
“What’s interesting about the rap is that it does so much with very little,” Bailey told The Associated Press.
“For people who might not even know this group exists, it really does come across as very, very simple and very straightforward.”