Cardi B attracted fans who were trying to shame her mom through ‘WAP’


Haters, trolls and even and even were known to tell celebrities cruel and appalling things. Rapper Cardi B, who continues to dominate the music industry, has been thrown in her direction by more than a little criticism.

She was called names and branded as a mother after fans saw Cardi rush to turn off her hit song “WAP” so her daughter Kulture could hear the explicit lyrics.

Fortunately, after a fight, Cardi is not one to back down; she pulls the haters and asks them to use common sense.

For Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, ‘WAP’ has been a big success.

“WAP” has been a big success since its release on August 7, 2020. It debuted as No. 1 with record-breaking numbers on the Billboard charts, which included 93 million U.S. views and 125,000 downloads.

Billboard called the single “one of the most dominant Hot 100 No. 1s of the last 30 years.” Because of the sexually suggestive lyrics and because two black women are at the center of the song, the song has received an unparalleled backlash from both Cardi and Megan.

Everything seems to have something derogatory to tell about “WAP,” from fellow rappers to lawmakers, while male rappers have had sexually suggestive and even misogynistic lyrics for decades.

Fortunately, neither Megan nor Cardi let it get to them.

The #WAP of @iamcardib and @theestallion is No. 1 on the #Hot100 this week. How Big Is Cardi B’s $500,000 Hermès Birkin Bag Collection? billboard (@billboard) August 17, 2020

Fans tried to put Cardi B to shame over ‘WAP’

Cardi is remembered for her outgoing character. She was recently seen dancing and talking with fans on Instagram Live while playing her song “WAP” in the background. However, she immediately turned off the song when her daughter Kulture entered the room and said, “No, no, no.”

While this seemed like a natural reaction, by asking why everyone else’s daughter had to hear “WAP” but not Kulture, one fan tried to shame Cardi as a mother.

Cardi did not put up with it and countered with an unequivocal reaction immediately.

“WAP,”WAP”I don’t do music for kids.”I don’t do children’s music.”WAP”WAP

Cardi was known for her absence of filters and straightforward approach from the moment she entered the scene. She was only an explicit rapper and never made music that would be acceptable for kids.

She has made it clear, despite being a mother herself, that she does not let her toddler daughter, Kulture, listen to her music.

She was able to set them straight when fans tried to shame her over “WAP” again. “I’m not [JoJo Siwa]! I don’t make music for kids, I make music for adults,” Cardi tweeted. “Parents are responsible for what their kids listen to or watch. I’m a very sexual person, but not around my child like any other parent should be.”

The relentless animosity she gets because of misogyny has made Cardi more than angry. “There are mothers who are strippers […] does that mean they do it around their children? No!”There are mothers who are strippers […] Does that mean they do it around their kids? No! “It’s pretty much common sense.”


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