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Cardi B Responds To A Criticism About Her Sensitivity After Her Rare ‘WAP’ Clip Surfacing On Social Media

Cardi B Responds To A Criticism About Her Sensitivity After Her Rare ‘WAP’ Clip Surfacing On Social Media

Bronx rapper Cardi B responded to the recent criticism about her sensitivity after her rare ‘Wap’ clip surfacing on social media.

On Sunday night, Cardi B rapper made headlines when she and Megan Thee Stallion performed their song ‘WAP’ at the Grammy Awards. Before the transition to her song ‘Up,’ Cardi began the performance dancing on a pole with Megan and the pair crawled on a bed and danced with their legs intertwined.

As you may recall, the performance of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion at the Grammy Awards pissed off conservative-oriented communities. Conservatives suggested that the performance of Cardi and Megan contributed to the abuse of women by glorifying prostitution and striptease.

Candidate for Governor of California Errol Webber shared a rare video of Cardi B on Twitter, showing how she treated her daughter, Kulture, while playing ‘WAP.’

In the video, while Cardi B was dancing to ‘WAP,’ her daughter Kulture entered the room and Cardi hurriedly cut the song off and looked embarrassed. Errol Webber questioned why the 28-year-old rapper, who is sensitive to her daughter, is not sensitive to other children and why she performed this dance show on the national channel.

Cardi B jumped to Twitter and responded to the candidate for governor of California. In the tweet, Cardi said the show was PG, that is, it should have been watched under parental guidance. She also defended her performance, saying that it aired at 10 pm on Sunday, saying that many children should have been in bed by that time.

Here’s what Cardi tweeted:

“The Grammies are PG. That means parental guidance. Meaning is your job like it is to mine to my child to monitor what they watch. My performance was around 10 pm on a Sunday Your child should be in bed ready for school the next day why are they up watching Wap?”

Check out the Twitter post below.

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