Cardi B reveals her record label was worried about WAP’s explicit lyrics as her new album made history of becoming No.1 Billboard Hot 100

Cardi B’s sex-positive anthem WAP made history when it debuted at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was streamed 93 million times in its first week.

According to report, Am American rapper Cardi B has revealed that her record label, Atlantic Records, wasn’t exactly happy when she first played them the explicit song featuring Megan Thee Stallion.

‘When they heard the song, they were like, “We really like it, but that song is so explicit,”‘ Cardi told Ash London Live on Wednesday.  

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The Bronx rapper’s three-minute single includes more than 40 curse words, and its music video has inspired a raunchy TikTok dance trend.

‘Let me tell you something, I haven’t even said this, I’ve done so many interviews, but I haven’t even said this, right,’ Cardi began.

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‘I told my label that I was ready to put out a song… When they heard the song they were like, “We really like it, but that song is so explicit.”

‘And I guess they were asking around because even with YouTube we couldn’t use the explicit version. We had to use “wet and Gucci” to keep it PG-13