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Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion impress with their XXX-rated & # 39; WAP & # 39; video


Kylie Jenner's surprise appearance on the new XXX-rated video for & # 39; WAP & # 39; by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion has made some fans angry that she was guilty of cultural appropriation.

The 22-year-old makeup mogul makes her cameo in 1.40 minutes, strutting down a hallway in a revealing animal-themed ensemble that upset some for diverting attention from the black rap stars.

Though Cardi B tweeted on Friday that the video was "different races" and "different backgrounds", a petition calling for Jenner's removal is still gaining traction with more than 47,500 signatures on Saturday morning.

Cardi, 27, and Megan, 25, plunged fans into a breakdown Friday with the release of their collaboration, along with a music video in which they stunned them in a range of barely-there outfits.

Kylie Jenner's appearance in the video in this very classy outfit causes an outcry on Twitter

The new XXX-rated music video from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion has shocked some and the rap stars as

The new XXX-rated music video from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion shocked some and branded the rap stars as "godless" and "useless women".

Many fans were disgusted when they said Kylie Jenner was in the video

Many fans were disgusted when they said Kylie Jenner was in the video

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While many praised the rappers for their late summer hit, which focuses on the sexual empowerment of women, others were disgusted with the daring scenes and images of them lying with snakes and rolling together in a pool.

Some even went so far as to accuse the stars of being “godless” and brand them as “useless women”.

Jenner's surprise appearance, however, was the main source of controversy as the businesswoman was accused of cultural appropriation and taking up space as a white woman in a power hymn by black women.

The racy video showed a total of six surprise cameos from celebrities as well as Kylie, including Normani, Rosalía, Rubi Rose, Sukihana and Mulatto.

But the reality TV star was devastated for a "culture vulture" and "#NotKylie" began to trend on Twitter.

Author Roxane Gay tweeted: & # 39; I enjoyed the WAP video. Bright and colorful and healthy. Educational, adds: But why the Kylie Jenner interlude? Nobody asked for it. & # 39;

"When you swing to Cardi & Meg WAP, you'll see Kylie Jenner / Kardashian's face instead of Saweetie," tweeted user Mr. Gemini.

"Not Kylie Jenner," others tweeted in horror.

One fan went far to work Jenner out and shared the new video online.

Kylie's cameo sparked an outcry from some fans who have since demanded that she be removed

Kylie's cameo sparked an outcry from some fans who have since demanded that she be removed

"If they wanted to include a white woman on the WAP video, they could easily have chosen Anne Hathaway instead of Kylie Jenner," joked user Agu Nwanyi.

In fact, some of the negative responses were so strong that there was even a Change.org petition removing Kylie from the video, started by a user named Nini who said, “The video was perfect until we got K and me looked to throw my phone. & # 39;

The petition had more than 47,500 signatures as of Saturday morning, with those who signed leaving their reasons in the comments.

“I was happily enjoying my daily cup of brown women until this culture theft colonizer showed up and made me spill. Thank you, ”wrote Aaliyah Parra.

A fan started a Change.org petition to remove Kylie Jenner from the video

A fan started a Change.org petition to remove Kylie Jenner from the video

The reactions to Kylie's cameo were quick and intense and many fans were unhappy

The reactions to Kylie's cameo were quick and intense and many fans were unhappy

"I was so disappointed with the decision to show Kylie – the fact that it was Kylie's feature, which is pretty much up front and in the middle over Normani, proves that white women are consistently preferred over everyone else," said Karen Ford.

"I thought a better choice, reflecting 2020, would have been made."

“She's a culture vulture who doesn't remember what her own complexion looks like! Down with the culture vultures! ", Tione Willaims complained.

“Black lives are important, black women are important. Kylie Jenner doesn't deserve to be among these ethereal black women, ”added Sarah Trotter.

“She should pay her sweatshop workers. She should campaign publicly for black women, for black transsexuals and for a black life. "

Others also claimed Rosalia shouldn't have been accepted because she is Spanish.

"I don't want to see Kylie Jenner or Rosalia on the WAP video, this video was only for colored people," tweeted @cidnneyhart.

Rosalia was also a controversial choice for some as she was stunned in a red latex bodysuit

Rosalia was also a controversial choice for some as she was stunned in a red latex bodysuit

Betty White began to trend on Twitter after some thought she should have done the video

Betty White began to trend on Twitter after some thought she should have done the video

While Cardi and Megan were largely praised, the same couldn't be said for Kylie

While Cardi and Megan were largely praised, the same couldn't be said for Kylie

Meanwhile, Golden Girls star Betty White became a hot topic as Twitter users suggested that she should have gotten the cameo spot about Kylie.

"I was scared when I saw Betty White trending, but only because people wanted her on the #WAP video instead of Kylie," @qsteph tweeted.

Cardi B appeared to respond to criticism of Jenner later on Friday, but did not specifically name it.

Instead, she thanked all of the women who were in the video, saying it was about "different races" and "different backgrounds".

“I want to thank every woman who was part of my video! The fact that you took the time in your schedules means a lot to me! “She wrote.

"It was so important to me to include different women who are of different races and backgrounds but are so powerful and influential."

Jenner did not respond to the criticism, instead posting multiple shots of backstage and the creation of the video.

Cardi and Hot Girl Meg released the surprise collaboration just days after it was announced. Since then, the video has received more than 32 million views on YouTube.

But besides the Jenner critics, others have hit the rappers themselves and the explicit content of the video

James Bradley, a Republican candidate for Congress who claimed he heard the song "by mistake," was among those outraged at WAP, which hit number 1 on the iTunes table on Friday.

"Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion are what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong father figure," he wrote.

"Her new" song "The WAP (which I heard accidentally) made me pour holy water in my ears and I feel sorry for future girls if this is their role model!"

James Bradley, a Republican candidate for Congress, claimed the WAP video pictured above was "what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong father figure".

James Bradley, a Republican candidate for Congress, claimed the WAP video pictured above was "what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong father figure".

The popular video showed the star writing with snakes and rolling in a pool

The popular video showed the star writing with snakes and rolling in a pool

The classy images in the video have left some critics from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion

The classy images in the video have left some critics from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion

Bradley was branded a hypocrite by some, comparing criticism of WAP to how President Trump's comments about "packing her p *** y" were dismissed as "locker room talk".

“You're cool with a racist WHITE MAN talking on WAP, but black and Latin American women make you want to pour holy water in your ears?” Asked Bishop Talbert Swann.

A few hours later, Bradley pulled back on his harsh words, saying that the rappers had the right to do the video and get the song out.

"Second, while I am personally offending the lyrics and messages of this song, I absolutely respect your 1st Amendment right to make it," he added.

"Also surprising that Twitter doesn't interfere with this type of free speech, but has a problem with conservative freedom of speech."

Still, Bradley was far from offended by himself.

Bradley spoke out harshly against the rap stars, but then pulled back and said it was their right

Bradley spoke out harshly against the rap stars, but then pulled back and said it was their right

DeAnna Lorraine, a former congressional candidate who ran against Nancy Pelosi, accused the rap stars of "setting the entire female gender back 100 years" with her disgusting and vile "WAP" song.

“Remember, Bernie Sanders, who fought with Cardi B. Kamala Harris, called her a role model. The Democrats support this trash and depravity! “Lorraine tweeted.

Lorraine later taped a video on Twitter tagging Cardi B and calling the song "gross" again.

"Listen, you useless woman," she said.

“Women are worth more than you think! Maybe that's why you can't keep @OffsetYRN loyal? "

In the video, Lorraine claimed that Cardi B is promoting unsafe sex so that they can have an abortion or grow up with an unmarried father. Are you kidding me?

"Cardi B infects black culture with this depravity," she said.

Lorraine, who ran against Nancy Pelosi, claimed they would set women back

Lorraine, who ran against Nancy Pelosi, claimed they would set women back

Podcast host Larry Johnson said he tweeted a clip of the video with a Bible passage

Podcast host Larry Johnson said he tweeted a clip of the video with a Bible passage

Podcast host Larry Johnson tweeted a clip of the video along with the scripture: "Don't prostitute your daughter to make her a whore … -Leviticus 19:29"

& # 39; Without. A. Parents, ”he added.

“Disgusts me at the way they present themselves. These people are not role models, they need Jesus, ”replied Twitter user Kay to his tweet.

"Cardi B teaches her daughter how to be like her, prostitute, stripper, etc.," added @LaurJeanF.

& # 39; Impressive. My sister is an engineer. One can be proud of that. She uses her brain, not her body. She is intelligent and a role model for her children. @theestallion the same. "

Other social media users also expressed disgust at the video

Other social media users also expressed disgust at the video

Christian Walker, who describes himself as a radicalist of free speech, accused the Democratic Party of "rubbish like Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion as if they were representative of my skin color".

"Stop raising these lower class vermin by putting out songs like WAP and raise education," he continued.

"Women have been so devalued in this society that they have now understood their oppression as empowerment," said @TheReallsalbn.

"Instead of songs that highlight the beauty of their minds, they are encouraged to mess up their WAP."

Others praised and encouraged the "dirt".

"Cardi B's new song #WAP is the nastiest dirtiest song my Christian ears have ever heard, and I'm ready to play it anywhere," user @ mitchi1489 tweeted excitedly.

Fans went to Twitter to enjoy how “flirty” the lyrics and graphics of the racy new song were

Fans went to Twitter to enjoy how “flirty” the lyrics and graphics of the racy new song were

"The pictures for WAP are incredible, the song is sheer dirt, my poor innocent self," joked user @sachindattani. But fan @DonPusha said: & # 39; WAP texts are pure dirt. I am here for that. & # 39;

"Call all teenagers in quarantine who just want to blow 'WAP' without your parents yelling to shut that crap out," said Judy Berman, critic of Time TV.

"Your people are wrong and you are the real heroes."

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