After fans launched a petition to oust Kylie Jenner from the music video for “WAP” by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, Cardi took to Twitter on Sunday to defend the cameo, which some objected to on the grounds that she was a successful reality star. and cosmetics mogul Jenner, who is white, was getting a slot that could have gone to another female musician coming and going, in color, like her videos costumes Mulatto, Sukihana, and Rubi Rose, which appeared alongside the most determined singers Normani and Rosalía in the extremely wet video mansion. In a series of tweets (deleted now), Cardi explained why Jenner made the cut. In not too many words, Kylie and her family, especially mom Kris Jenner, are just plain nice.
“Why did I put Kylie in my music video?” Cardi wrote in response to a tweet criticizing Jenner’s lack of musical ability or dancing, as opposed to Costar Normani. “She treated my sister and daughter so lovely at her baby party. Travis and Set are really close and Chris Jenner has given me advice on some things I ask and her real husband of mine with me.”
“These are the girls I personally like,” Cardi had previously told Apple Music about the female artists she featured in the video. “I like their music. That I really feel like they’re going to go first.” In several other deleted tweets, captured here by PopCrave, the rapper defended Jenner ‘s arrival, which featured her squeezing a hallway and opening a door, when compared to that of Normani, which highlighted the singer’s dancing.
“Norman is one of the best female artists dancing Just like she dances her wild ass!” She tweeted. “Why would she open a door? Please tell me how it would make sense? The best part of the song is the beating and hitting of what makes you want to shake your ass.” Cardi wrote, “Not everything has “It has to do with race. There are issues here in the world that it has to do with the race I preach about all the time. It has nothing to do with the race of the devils.”