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petition nancy reagan trap queen There's a Petition Asking for Fetty Wap to Play Trap Queen at Nancy Reagan's Funeral
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This petition links Nancy Reagan's campaigning against drugs to the "school-to-prison pipeline".  The reasoning is outlined in the petition's plea for signatures:

Nancy Reagan passed away on March 6th, 2016, leaving an unforgettable legacy as the First Lady of the United States. But beyond being the First Lady, Nancy Reagan holds the important legacy as being the most famous Trap Queen in American history. 


While her husband, Ronald Reagan, was linking up with Papi to flood the streets with narcotics, Nancy was on TV telling kids to "Say No To Drugs." Her infamous "anti-drug" phrase encouraged strict laws on drug possession that led to a school-to-prison pipeline we're still dealing with now. Blacks and Latinos went to jail in droves for possessing drugs her husband gave them. It was an incredible sleight of hand that would make any wannabe Trap Queen hide in shame for her inability to be as diabolical as Nancy. 


Those supporting this petition have a wide variety of reasons why they chose to sign, which they left as comments on the petitions web page:


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Vulture did it again. After letting Miss Piggy sing b*tch Better Have My Money and melding True Detective with Starsky and Hutch, the good people at New York Magazine decided to let Doug sing the drug-making, love ballad Trap Queen.

It's another great mash up as Doug lays out how much he loves Patti and the way she works the pole. He chronicles their drug-cooking romance with the help of the mysterious Quail Man. Skeeter watches the whole thing unfold, presumably tweaking out of his little blue mind.

Fetty Wap's great song has proven to have equally great legs. The single was released early last winter but has continued swirling around the cultural zeitgeist like the prosthetic eye of a storm.

And this is far from the first riff on Trap Queen. One of our personal favorites is Ed Sheeran and The Roots' soft-souled cover.