The Entire Internet Is In Shock Over Video Of Police Officer Rapping For The 'P***y Challenge'

"Spending time on the p***y, 10-year long investigation on the p***y," he raps in the video. 

By Sowmya Krishnamurthy

Can a judge “sign off for a warrant on the pussy"? According to this viral rap, that's actually a thing.

A video has been circulating online of what appears to be a New York Police Department (NYPD) officer rapping as part of the so-called "For the Pussy Challenge."

"WTF!!! OMFGGGG! LMFAOOOOO NYPD GET YALL MANS!" tweeted Bianca Writes, who shared the video.

In the clip, a man wearing what appears to be an official NYPD uniform raps about his life as a cop and ties it into the viral trend. "NYPD loving all the pussy. I'm looking for the pussy. Judge sign off on the warrant for the pussy." He then mean-mugs into the camera and flails his arms in what appears to be a dance. "I'm loving all the pussy...Spending time on the pussy. 10 year long investigation on the pussy," he raps. It continues like this for 51 seconds, including references to the stop and frisk policy, lawyers and indictments.

The video has over 45,000 retweets and 82,000 likes.

Fans seemed to be feeling this cops rhymes. If you wait until the end, he even appears to break out into the popular Milly Rock dance.

The "For the Pussy Challenge", sometimes referred to as "ForThatPussy" or "WhatYouGoneDoChallenge" is a viral call-to-action in which people share what they would do "for the pussy." The beat is from the song "Geeked Up."

The trend has even launched a response from women on what they'd do "for the dick." Erykah Badu recorded her version and Nicki Minaj has hinted that she'll join in, too.

It's unclear whether the cop seen above is really an active police officer. If so, it will be interesting to hear from the NYPD on what its official stance on his Pussy Challenge rap is.

[Photo: Twitter] 

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