Pap rap: Woman raps about importance of pap smears

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Pap Rap

Comedian Nadia Kamil has done what no woman has done before -- she's made pap tests trendy.

The U.K. writer and actress recently released her witty music video "Pap Rap," where she rhymes about the importance of women getting a pap smear.

Many women put off getting a pap smear due to the embarrassment of being checked down under, but Kamil has made it her mission to drive home the need for women to be screened for cervical cancer.

"Please excuse the misogynist language of hip-hop in order to promote women's health.... it's a balance, isn't it?" she raps before citing lyrics to the tune of Azealia Banks' song '212.'

In the viral video, Kamil entertains us with purple puppets, high-flying dancers and a comical scene at a fake doctor's office -- all the while reciting unnerving statistics about cervical cancer , suggesting that half of American women aren't getting pap smears because they don't want to fork over the cash.

She also reminds us that cervical cancer is the second most common type of cancer, and the fifth deadliest worldwide.

In Canada, it is recommended that sexually active women between the ages of 21 and 69 get a pap smear every one to three years, depending on the provincial guidelines. The cost of a pap smear is covered by the government according to each province's recommendations.

So ladies, listen to Kamil when she says, "All you b**ches book a smear, with no fear, so you know your cervix is clear."

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