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‘Where’s Her Husband?’ VP Harris Caught Awkwardly Dancing w/ Prominent Rapper

'Kamala Harris is cringe...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) Vice President Kamala Harris found herself the target of mockery on Saturday as she exhibited awkward dance moves at a White House party while in the presence of rapper Q-Tip.

The event commemorated the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop and featured the attendance of prominent rap artists and cultural icons. However, Harris’s dance performance, characterized by her stiff movements, quickly became a focal point for critics.

Social media platforms were flooded with derisive comments, with some questioning the Biden administration’s priorities in the face of pressing issues such as illegal immigration, inflation, and rising crime rates.

“Kamala Harris with the granny moves at her 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop party,” political commentator Anthony Brian Logan said on Twitter, reported the New York Post on Saturday.

“Where’s her husband?” asked Ada Lluch, a Hispanic-American conservative activist on Twitter.

Harris’s choice of attire, hot pink pants and a neon blouse, also drew the attention of the Post. The tabloid newspaper reported that Harris appeared to bob stiffly in place and nodded her head to the music, leaving many to compare her dance moves to her handling of the border crisis. 

“Her dance moves are on a par with her skill level in dealing with our border crisis,” one critic wrote. “Kamala Harris is cringe!” exclaimed Gunther Eagleman, a prominent political commentator.

In a speech during the event, Harris emphasized the significance of Hip-Hop in American culture.

“Hip-hop is the ultimate American art form,” she claimed. “Hip-Hop now shapes nearly every aspect of America’s popular culture, and it reflects the incredible diversity and ingenuity of the American people.”

Harris also drew attention to the influence of Hip-Hop in Latin America. “It combines rhythms from the continent of Africa, from the Caribbean, from Latin America, with the sounds of soul and gospel and R&B and funk to create something entirely new.”

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