Cardi B Reveals the One Lyric She Hated Saying within the Radio Edit of “WAP”

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The uncensored model of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s track “WAP” isn’t for kids or the faint of coronary heart — and neither is the radio edit. Though the clear model doesn’t embrace the now recognized “wet-a** pu**y” lyric, it does have one cringe-worthy phrase that Cardi B hated saying repeatedly in the course of the recording course of.

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Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion recorded a “clean” model of ‘WAP’

On Aug. 7, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion dropped their extremely anticipated track “WAP,” which has since made waves on the web and the Billboard music charts.

The track is all about, nicely, a “WAP,” which the rappers constantly point out within the observe. But along with this, “WAP” can also be about girls giving/ taking within the bed room and embracing one’s sexuality means.

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Like every other track, “WAP” has obtained its fair proportion of reward and critiques since its launch. While many followers applauded Cardi and Megan for placing out a female-empowered, sex-positive message, others slammed the rappers for making a sexually-explicit track and music video with such vulgar lyrics.

Even the “clean” radio edit didn’t sit nicely with naysayers as provocative lyrics had been nonetheless mentioned, simply in a much less specific approach.

But regardless of the “clean” model not together with that “wet-a** pu**y” lyric, some think about it to be a nastier model because the identify of the inert sexual organ was changed with a far dirtier descriptor.

The radio edit included a phrase Cardi B couldn’t stand saying

If you had been to take heed to the clear model of “WAP,” you’d discover that Cardi and Megan don’t say “wet-a** pu**y” within the refrain. Instead, the rappers say “wet and gushy,” which some suppose are a lot dirtier lyrics than the unique.

Even Cardi B agrees that “wet and gushy” is a cringe-worthy lyric and revealed she hated saying these phrases whereas recording the radio edit.

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“Ahhh I don’t even like saying it!” she exclaimed throughout a current look on Australia’s The Kyle & Jackie O Show. “It was really hard for me to clean this song up because nobody could convince me to keep “gushy” trigger I hate the phrase “gushy”!”

While on the subject of phrases she hates, the Grammy winner additionally shared the 2 phrases followers won’t ever hear her say or rap.

“I hate the word moist. I hate the word horchata,” she added, noting that although she loves the Mexican beverage, the identify nonetheless makes her cringe.

Cardi B has no disgrace about what she says on the observe

Though each the clear and specific variations of “WAP” included some fairly racy lyrics, Cardi B defended the track, sharing that she has no regrets concerning the lyrics.

“The people that the song bothers are usually conservatives or really religious people,” she defined to Kyle and Jackie O. “But my thing is…I grew up listening to this type of music. To other people it might be vulgar, but to me, it’s almost really normal.”

So though “wet and gushy” makes her cringe, it appears Cardi B continues to be pleased with the entire work she and Megan Thee Stallion put into the mission.

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