Viola Davis retweeted a photo of herself in ‘WAP’: β€˜Who did this?’

Who did this? 😩🀣😍 #HowToGetAwayWithWAP (🎨@harpybitxh)

Social media has been full of think pieces and celebration of Meg Thee Stallion and Cardi B’s song, WAP. The video was set in a multi-room mansion and included cameos from stars like Normani, Mulatto, and Kylie Jenner. Many Tik Tokers and Instagrammers recreated it from dance moves to hilarious reimagined budget sets like TheReggieRay’s use of gummy worms in place of snakes.

Celebrities also got in on it. Halle Berry posted a gif of Cardi and Meg running with the caption “Me running to the car to blast WAP away from my children.” But it was Viola Davis who set Black twitter on fire when she retweeted and Instagrammed a photo someone created of her face and body superimposed on Kylie Jenner in her cheetah outfit. On Instagram she identified the artist, harpybitxh. In one of her other posts, she posted the video of her character Annalise Keaton dancing to the song, with the hashtag #HowToGetAwayWithWAP.

Viola is often seen as staid because she portrays dramatic characters and takes on serious issues, so it’s fun to see her laughing it up. I enjoyed seeing her getting in on the action and being made into a sex symbol.

Viola has said she liked playing the messier, more sexualized (not sexy) and slightly sociopathic Annalise Keating in HTGAWM and how freeing that was. She is absolutely stunning and I’d like to see her take on more romantic and sexier roles. She played the hell out of Annalise. It’s a rarity in Hollywood to see someone on the big screen with that smooth dark melanated skin being an object of desire. Until then, Viola will be THE ‘WAP‘ queen of social media memes and I am here for all of it.

— Halle Berry (@halleberry) August 7, 2020

— Viola Davis (@violadavis) August 10, 2020

@iamcardib Ft. @theestallion – WAP πŸ‘…πŸ’¦ @kyliejenner Thought She Could Do A Slo-Mo Better Than Me πŸ’πŸ½β€β™‚οΈπŸ†πŸΎ #RRRemakes #ImScaredOfSnakes #Wap #Tiger #LeopardPussy #MySloMoBetterThanKylies

β€ͺ"You may write me down in history with your bitter, twisted lies. You may trod me in the very dirt. But still, like dust, I'll rise." ~Maya Angelou β€οΈπŸ‘ŠπŸΏβ€¬

— Viola Davis (@violadavis) August 10, 2020

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