Mona Haydar – Hijabi (Wrap my Hijab)

Mona Haydar – Hijabi (Wrap my Hijab)


What that hair look like
Bet that hair look nice Don’t that make you sweat? Don’t that feel too tight? Yo what yo hair look like
Bet yo hair look nice How long your hair is
You need to get yo life You only see Oriental
You steady working that dental You poppin off at the lip
And run ya mouth like a treadmill Not your exotic vacation
I’m bored with your fascination I need that PayPal, PayPal, PayPal
If you want education All around the world
Love women every shading be so liberated
All around the world Love women every shading
power run deep So even if you hate it
I still wrap my hijab Wrap my hijab
Wrap my hijab Wrap, wrap my hijab Keep swaggin my hijabis
Swag-Swaggin my hijabis Swaggin my hijabis
Swag-swaggin my hijabis Me and my hijabi ladies
We was born in the eighties So pretty like the euphrates
and party like some kuwaitis Deeper than some diplomas
Current like some hot yoga Takin back the misnomers and
Teleportin through trauma Teleportin through trauma
Teleportin through trauma I been stackin my karma
Nefertiti, no drama Make a feminist planet
Women haters get banished Covered up or not don’t ever take us for
granted All around the world love women every shading Be so liberated All around the world love women every shading Power run deep So even if you hate it
I still wrap my hijab Wrap my hijab
Wrap my hijab Wrap, wrap my hijab Keep swaggin my hijabis
Swaggin my hijabis Swaggin my hijabis
swaggin, swaggin my hijabis I still wrap my hijab
Wrap my hijab Wrap my hijab
Wrap wrap my hijab Keep swaggin my hijabis
Swaggin my hijabis Swaggin my hijabis
swaggin, swaggin my hijabis You’re just jealous of my sisters
These Mipsters, These hippies These Prissies, These Sufis
These Dreddies, These Sunnis These Shii’s, Yemenis
Somalis, Libnanis, Pakistanis These Soories, Sudanis
Iraqis, Punjabies Afghanis, Yazeedis
Khaleejis, Indonesians Egyptians, Canadians
Algerians, Nigerians Americans, Libyans
Tunisians, Palestinians Hidden beyond the Mekong in Laos
Senegalese and Burkina Faso I still wrap my hijab
Wrap my hijab Wrap my hijab
Wrap, wrap my hijab Keep swaggin my hijabis
Swag-Swaggin my hijabis Swaggin my hijabis
Swag-swaggin my hijabis I still wrap my hijab
wrap my hijab Wrap my hijab
wrap, wrap my hijab Keep swaggin my hijabis
Swaggin my hijabis Swaggin my hijabis
Swaggin Swaggin my hijabis

100 Replies to “Mona Haydar – Hijabi (Wrap my Hijab)”

  1. I very like how the dancer's back and how the video and image was making 😍 But i just found that it's a little shame that their are instruments in the background it it would have been perfect 🙂

  2. Be what you want to be, no one can force you to wear or not a hijab and you are a human whatever you wearing BUT personally i want you, as a human and especially as a woman, to think a little bit out of the box, just try to more understand the meaning of the religion, the real meaning not what the Imams impose! Wearing respectable clothes is what all religion said but the hijab or the niqab (covering the hair) has nothing to do with the meaning of religion. It's just an Eastern tradition, nothing to do with Islam or Jews…..
    If you want to believe in the hijab, just complete what you are doing about music, mixité…. Who said that you should wear hijab is the same who said that music is haram, love is haram! You believe in things and what about the rest? Stop playing the victims role-playing! Nobody cares about your hijab but we want you to wake up, to think, to be free, to be a human! Hijab is not what you think, it's what your society and your imam let you think about it, they let you sure of what they want!
    Excuse my bad English, a long time that i didn't use it to express, language if you don't use it you loose it 😉
    #think_independly 🙏🏻

  3. So wearing something forced on you by a man is feminism now? Isn't that the opposite of feminism? There's poor women all over the world being beaten, mutilated, and even killed because of not wearing the hijab properly. And here you idiots are praising this propaganda nonsense.

  4. The so called "black " woman I this video is he true Arabs. Bc the true Arabs, are black/ brown skin. The white skin Arab looking women are just a represention of the euro RAPING of the black ( middle eastern) women … So the white skin Arabs are not true Arabs at all.

  5. I get the message behind this song but is it not completely inaccurate to list Yazidis as Hijabis? They aren't Muslims and they don't wear Hijab.

  6. Women defending an oppressive garment forced upon them is the most oxymoronic thing I’ve heard

  7. More than likely they’re born muslims whose parents gave them a hard time on their islam. But ultimately the distinction is knowledge

  8. I don't understand why women would have to wear a very distinctive garment just because of our gender, nice song tho, as long as it's your decision own it.

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