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Over 65,000 People Sign Petition For Kylie Jenner To Be Removed From Cardi B’s “WAP” Visual + Twitter Reacts

Over 65,000 People Sign Petition For Kylie Jenner To Be Removed From Cardi B’s “WAP” Visual + Twitter Reacts

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Not only did Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s new “WAP’ collab break streaming and YouTube records, it set the internet on FIRE with guest appearances from many bubbling female artists that are coming up in the game, but the most notable guest wasn’t a rapper, it was Kylie Jenner.

While artists like pop-star Normani, rappers Rubi Rose, Mulatto, Suki, and even Latin artist Rosalia brought their music background and sex appeal to the table, it was Jenner who shook the table AND the internet. Now, fans are speaking out against Kylie’s quick “WAP” appearance as over 65,000 people have signed a petition to get the Jenner-Kardashian mogul removed from the visual. Even though the collab brought much celebration, but faced backlash for vulgarity, Cardi B took to social media to stand by her decision to put Kylie and the rest of the ladies in the video.

Updating to Twitter, in a now deleted message, Cardi says, “Why did I put Kylie on my music video? She treated my sister [Hennessy] and daughter [Kulture] so lovely at her kid [Stormi’s] bday party.” Cardi adds in her message that even Kylie’s mom Kris has given the New York native some advice, and notes that Kylie’s baby daddy, rapper Travis Scott, and Offset are “real close”.

Meanwhile, Twitter has suggested a plethora of ladies who could have replaced Jenner, one being Saweetie.

Peep a few reactions and edits that many have dropped on social media.

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