The Grammy winner caught up on Twitter with conservative expert Candace Owens on Tuesday.
If you know what “WAP” stands for, you won’t be shocked by the stripper pole, the provocative costumes and the two rappers approaching each other on a huge bed during the performance.
Owens viewed it as an “attack on American values, American traditions” and accused the artists of “actively trying to get children to pursue grotesque things”.
“We’re celebrating perversity in America,” Owens said.
“The fact is, I’ll just say thank you to Candy (Owens). She posted my performance on Fox News and gave her more views, which improved views on YouTube and counted for my streams and sales,” the rapper tweeted. “Winking face with tongue STREAM UP AND WAP. REMEMBER ONLY ADULT PARENTS, YOU CAN MONITOR WHAT YOUR CHILDREN ARE NO1 WATCHING.”
But things moved quickly when Owens and Cardi B exchanged tweets covering everything from race and gender policies to each other’s spouses.
Most of what has been said is not suitable for family consumption, but let’s just say there were some acts and both women threatened legal action against each other.
Who said rap beef has to stay between rappers?