Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP’ Video Featured Kylie Jenner As Guest

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP‘ Cardi B verse is the nasties according to reviews: Her second verse is the nastiest of them all. Likely describing her husband, Migos’ Offset, she lists everything she wants in a man and when she flips the script and ups the ante, it is truly Cardi B in her element: “He got a beard, well, I’m tryna wet it / I let him taste it, now he diabetic”.She brought a friend along, too. Knowing that when it comes to the freaky talk, Megan Thee Stallion is currently the it girl – the pair trade pure filth. On her first verse, Megan sets the bar: “I tell him where to put it, never tell him where I’m ’bout to be / I run down on him ‘fore I have a n**** runnin’ me”. Megan’s ridiculous delivery and tongue-in-cheek, usually blows other talent out the water, but here the pair go toe-to-toe.When you reach the heights of Cardi B, new names like Megan Thee Stallion are often on her tail. But with the level of candour on ‘WAP’ a bit of time off – and friendly competition – might have just reinvigorated her more.(CNN)Kylie Jenner’s cameo in the music video for Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s new hit, “WAP” has sparked enough backlash that a petition to have her removed has garnered thousands of signatures and motivated Cardi B to defend her.

“If that’s not a perfect visual indication of Black women having to do the most and white women do the bare minimum to get somewhere, I don’t know what is,” Young tweeted.Cardi B responded in a series of since-deleted tweets, writing “Not everything is about race.”

Mama Africa: Queen Beyonce Given The Name After She Stuns The World In African Outfits

Recently, with Beyonce’s Black is King musical film – which featured African artists and showcased Africa’s rich culture – trending worldwide,the title was bestowed.The Gift album and its accompanying short film, Black is King, a triumphant celebration of Black people and culture. In it, African cultures are romanticized and some critics argue that the relayed narrative is a little out of the continent’s reality which is really more cotton outfits, complex roads, and less animal clothing, less pasture. Nonetheless, Beyoncé’s African dream is hers and she showed the world how she holds on to it.