Either way, Basking clearly doesn't care for Cardi B or Meg's use of animals in the music video. Along with new music, Cardi recently used her platform to partner with the NY census for a PSA on the importance of completing the census, streaming HERE.
While Twitter was by no means thrilled with Kylie's inclusion in the "WAP" video, that annoyance has turned surprisingly quasi-litigious as a new Change.org petition calls explicitly for the world's most prominent influencer to be removed from the video entirely. I can't put a date in my ears, you know what I'm saying?
However, nearly mid-way through the one-minute mark, Kylie Jenner was seen, cladded in a cheetah-print ensemble.
Capturing the gaze in the middle of a long corridor, the interpreters appear with incredible Greek Goddess-style dresses, which highlight the best of the figure of each of them, in the same way, Kylie Jenner appears, walking the same corridor, with a An outfit that highlights his feline side, capturing the eyes of the entire viewer of said video. "Thankyou (sic)", another person commented while a third added, "she is a culture vulture who doesn't remember how her own complexion looks! down with the culture vultures!" Naturally, Twitter has some interesting suggested replacements.
Aside from that, Baskin more notes that the cats themselves most likely were not in the exact same space as Cardi and the others throughout the shoots, however rather photoshopped in later on utilizing a green screen. With sexy leopard print outfits and skin-tight leather corsets, Cardi B and Thee Stallion twerk and grind their way through this provocative video.
At Cardi's command, the two hip-hop hotties snuggled in the sand with slithery snakes crawling over their bodies. Entertainment Weekly pointed out that Cardi B "had to warn fans in advance. that the lyrics to "WAP" are so raunchy that YouTube asked her team to [use] a censored version of the song for the visual".
Fans are livid with Kylie's appearance in WAP.