Rapper and environmental activist Sofia Ashraf is calling out British-Dutch company Unilever. Sofia and Indian campaigning organization Jhatkaa are saying that Unilever “dumped toxic mercury in Kodaikanal (a city in the hills of India), poisoning its workers and the forest,” and they’re rapping about it in the following video set to Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda.”
Jhatkaa is calling on Unilever’s CEO, Paul Polman, to take responsibility for the company’s supposed failure to clean up the mercury poisoning from its Kodaikanal thermometer assembly plant. What better way to do that than to use a record-breaking song that celebrates butts?
Watch the video above to see Nicki’s song get a political makeover, and check out Jhatkaa’s petition here.