Black Sabbath legend Geezer Butler is the latest figure in heavy music to weigh in on "WAP," the provocative song from Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion. The sexually-charged and explicit track is "disgusting" per the bassist, but he also minded the generational gap, noting "Then again, I'm 71. A bloody old goat."
Upon its release on Aug. 7 earlier this year, "WAP" (which stands for "Wet Ass Pussy") instantly became a divisive offering from the two rappers over its lyrical content, which is rife with metaphors for heightened female arousal. Some, such as Stryper's Michael Sweet, have labeled it as crude and offensive while others view it as a song that underscores female empowerment, especially in a world with rap songs dedicated entirely to graphic descriptions of male genitalia.