Cardi B has given the thumbs up to a parody of her hit single WAP which calls on people to continue wearing face masks during the pandemic.
WAP, which stands for Wet A** P***y, was released by Cardi and fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion earlier this year.
Its controversial, sexually explicit lyrics caused controversy, with the likes of saintly, totally pure Snoop Dogg criticising it.
There have been different takes on the track recently, including a cover version from Biffy Clyro, and another with sign language.
The latest one has come from Baltimore research university Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and stresses the importance of following public health guidelines.
The tweaked lyrics include: ‘Safe and chic, seven days a week, wear a mask, please, make that COVID curve weak.’
It also urges people to ‘put it on, let it match your clothes, rock the science with a pose.’
The song continues: ‘Let the doctors be your guide, block all the droplets keep them inside, wear it secure not left untied, on your chin? can’t let that slide.’
Cardi shared the video on her Twitter timeline with the caption ‘sksksksk’ (basically she likes it).
Megan recently defended the song once more, explaining that she tired of men dominating the conversation around sex.
Speaking to GQ, the Body rapper said: ‘Some people just don’t know what to do when a woman is in control and taking ownership of her own body.
‘I feel like for a long time men felt like they owned sex and now women are saying, “Hey, this is for me. I want pleasure. This is how I want it or don’t want it”, it freaks men the hell out. It just comes from a place of fear and insecurity, like why would anyone be mad about my WAP? It belongs to me.’
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