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See…Libbey Sign Language to music (Video)

WAP Sign Language to music

Sign Language Interpreter Signs Cardi B’s WAP

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Woman’s VERY graphic sign language performance of Cardi B’s ‘WAP’ goes viral with more than a million views – as fans say it’s even ‘more sexual’ than the original

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A woman performed Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion “WAP” in American Sign Language (ASL) – and the resulting footage is more established than the song’s sinister music video.

YouTube star Libbey Ketterer, 22, from Ohio, has more than 527,000 subscribers to her channel, The Daily Sign, where she posts clips of her signing up on popular music, including Taylor Swift’s Lover and Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe.

But she suffered a sure blow on the hand when she took very sexy words for “WAP” in a video she posted on her channel on August 28th.

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  1. L*bbey is not an interpreter. She is someone who has taken advantage of the Deaf community, profited from it, and refuses to listen to the community. She blocks those who challenge her views or explain what she’s doing is wrong, refuses to provide captions, and isn’t even using ASL. Bad journalism.

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