Well, first of all, there's the video that features the duo "wander [ing] through a mansion, where lavish rooms are occupied by handsome women, including some very recognizable cameos: Kylie Jenner, Normani, and Rosalía, to name a few", Rolling Stone explains.
Fans are livid with Kylie's appearance in WAP. Kylie has 189 million followers on Instagram, among the highest in the world and an audience to which she (and her family) directly exposed the video. She is dressed in an animal-print bodysuit and thigh high boots.
Kylie Cosmetic CEO has drawn ire of the audience for appropriating Black Culture previously.
If left up to the fans, however, we'd guess they'd rather there be more cats in place of Kylie Jenner's unexpected cameo. One of them being Jordyn Woods, Jenner's former best friend.
Some Twitter users, however, took issue with the idea that his happening upon the catchy number had been beyond his control, while others suggested he'd be happier watching the video with the sound off.
We've reached out to Cardi's team and the video's director who had no comment.
One user said that the person who chose to give Kylie more time than Mulatto will be dealt with.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion put the floor on fire with the track "WAP" and its accompanying music video that is something fans can't miss. "Their new "song" The #WAP (which i heard accidentally) made me want to pour holy water in my ears and I feel sorry for future girls if this is their role model!" And I really wanted the video to be very sexy, very clean, very nice, very cut.
"But I'm not ashamed of who I am and I'm not ashamed of what I've been through and I'm not scared to say anything about anything", she went on to say.
Murray, Clijsters receive U.S. Open wildcard entries
Open is set to start in NY on August 31, as originally scheduled, something rare in the world of sports this year. The women's tour resumed this week in Palermo, Italy; the first men's tournament is later this month.
Division II fall championships canceled
As of last week, eight of the 24 Division II conferences had already suspended fall sports until at least the spring. The Board of Governors also directed each division to meet various requirements to compete in the fall.