I loved every part of this post. This is one of the most relatable article's I've read in a while. I too didn't like WAP at first, but eventually brainwashed myself into it. But I think the thing I like the most about WAP is how it actually had a music video related to what the lyrics are about. I'm really tired of celebs shoehorning songs into music videos that are barely (if at all) related to what they are singing about. Positions is nice and all, but like you said, it's a relationship song that basically said nothing and had even less to do with the music video's setting.