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- American hip-hop singer Cardi B spoke about the difficulties she faced with creating a clean version of her new song "WAP" and admitted that there are words in the new interview that she "hates" that she would never put into a track. …
American hip-hop singer Cardi B spoke about the difficulties she faced with creating a clean version of her new song "WAP" and admitted that there are words in the new interview that she "hates" that she would never put into a track. …
27-year-old Cardi B is not a big fan of clearing some of her tracks or replacing anything with other words, but that doesn't apply to her new song "WAP", but even when she does, there are two specific words that she I would never use it. The rapper explained how she hates the "vile" words "wet" and "horchata" when she was interviewed on August 24 on the Australian Kyle and Jackie O Show. “I hate the word wet. I hate the word horchata,”she said in an interview.
When Kyle and Jackie asked Cardi what horchata was, she explained her love and hate for the soft drink. “It's like a Mexican drink made from brown sugar or something. I don’t even know what the hell they added to it, but it’s really damn tasty and good,”she said. "I just hate that word." The talented star also talked about the word "detente" that the hosts brought up and admitted that while it sounds "pretty gross," it's not "gross" like the other two words she hates.
Cardi's most hated words came after she spoke of changing the original lyrics from "wet ** p *** y" to "WAP" to "wet and gushy" for radio editing. "Ahhh, I don't even like to say it!" she exclaimed as Kyle repeated the amended text. "I had a really hard time cleaning up this song because no one could convince me to keep 'thick' because I hate the word 'thick'!"
New single "WAP" featuring an American rapper Megan thee stallion includes over 40 swear words, so we can definitely understand how difficult it would be to replace the original and preferred lyrics with radio receivers. Cardi B also defended the lyrics in the song about "sex" as she spoke to Kyle and Jackie O in the reviews she received. “The people who are worried about the song are usually conservatives or really religious people,” she explained. “But, I have a different situation, I have a different vision, this is my business … I grew up listening to this music. It may seem vulgar to others, but to me it’s almost normal.”