Hello-hop followers have been overjoyed to find that Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion had not solely collaborated on a single collectively, however produced a trippy music video collectively filled with jarring imagery, over-the-top outfits, and much and many animal print. Cardi and Megan’s followers have been all on-board with all the pieces their eyes have been subjected to within the video, apart from one small cameo by Kylie Jenner. They’re so upset that they’ve even launched a petition to have her faraway from the “WAP” video.
Others are saying Kylie does not “belong” within the “WAP” video for an additional cause.
It is no secret that Kylie and her household have been accused of appropriating Black tradition prior to now. Whether or not it involves hairstyles, beauty surgical procedures to superimpose options that do not come naturally to their our bodies, or “darkening” their pores and skin, the Kardashians are always below scrutiny for “piggybacking” off of Black cultural imagery, in accordance with many.
The petition had already surpassing a whopping 50,000 signatures as of this writing, and regardless that there are many memes lambasting Kylie’s cameo in “WAP”, Cardi appears to have addressed the controversy in a tweet, however not by mentioning Kylie by identify.
She wrote, “I wanna say thanks to each girl that was aside of my video! The truth that you made time in your schedules means alot to me! It was so essential to me to incorporate totally different ladies, which might be totally different races and are available from totally different backgrounds however are so highly effective and influential.”
Kylie hasn’t brazenly mentioned or responded to the hate she’s getting on-line, nor has she addressed “WAP” apart from sharing pictures of her time on set, which incorporates a picture of her beaming mother, Kris, snapping a photograph of her daughter sitting subsequent to Cardi B on set.