WAP proved to be controversial because of its specific lyrics (Image: YouTube)
Cardi B has given the thumbs as much as a parody of her hit single WAP which calls on folks to proceed carrying face masks throughout the pandemic.
WAP, which stands for Moist A** P***y, was launched by Cardi and fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion earlier this yr.
Its controversial, sexually specific lyrics triggered controversy, with the likes of saintly, totally pure Snoop Dogg criticising it.
There have been totally different takes on the observe not too long ago, together with a canopy model from Biffy Clyro, and another with sign language.
The most recent one has come from Baltimore analysis college Johns Hopkins Bloomberg College of Public Well being and stresses the significance of following public well being pointers.
The tweaked lyrics embrace: ‘Protected and stylish, seven days per week, put on a masks, please, make that COVID curve weak.’
It additionally urges folks to ‘put it on, let it match your garments, rock the science with a pose.’
The tune continues: ‘Let the docs be your information, block all of the droplets hold them inside, put on it safe not left untied, in your chin? can’t let that slide.’
Cardi shared the video on her Twitter timeline with the caption ‘sksksksk’ (mainly she likes it).
Megan recently defended the song once more, explaining that she bored with males dominating the dialog round intercourse.
Talking to GQ, the Physique rapper stated: ‘Some folks simply don’t know what to do when a girl is in management and taking possession of her personal physique.
‘I really feel like for a very long time males felt like they owned intercourse and now ladies are saying, “Hey, that is for me. I need pleasure. That is how I need it or don’t need it”, it freaks males the hell out. It simply comes from a spot of worry and insecurity, like why would anybody be mad about my WAP? It belongs to me.’