Lil Wayne Performs “Mrs. Officer” at ‘Top Cop’ Kamala Harris’ House and People Have Jokes

Aside from hitting a few moves, the vice president took a moment to say a few words in honor of the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. “Hip-hop is the ultimate American art form,” Harris said during the event, which included Common, Doug E. Fresh, MC Lyte, Fat Joe, and Slick Rick, according to THR. “Hip-hop now shapes nearly every aspect of America’s popular culture, and it reflects the incredible diversity and ingenuity of the American people. It combines rhythms from the continent of Africa, from the Caribbean, from Latin America, with the sounds of soul and gospel and R&B and funk to create something entirely new.”

She added, “And to be clear, hip-hop culture is America’s culture. It is a genre. It is music and melody and rhyme. And hip-hop is also an ethos of strength and self-determination, of ambition and aspiration, of pride, power and purpose. Hip-hop is a declaration of identity…”