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Cardi B’s music video for her newly released single “WAP” is so hyper-sexualized that you might have missed what was outrageous about it. It’s not the acronym title, which is too vulgar to spell out here. And it’s not the ostentatious animal-print outfits, which leave very little to the imagination. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. No, what should shock everyone is the rapper’s decision, just months after Netflix’s blockbuster documentary series “Tiger King” exposed the exploitative big cat industry, to use live tigers and leopards in her video. Perhaps it’s time to reiterate the crucial lesson that Americans should have learned after bingeing the horrifying antics of zoo operat... Full story

10 August