Cardi B Blames The “Internet” For The Fact That She Didn’t Submit “Wap” For Grammys

Cardi B Blames The "Internet" For The Fact That She Didn't Submit "Wap" For Grammys

Cardi B was afraid of what the internet would say if she submitted her Megan Thee Stallion-featuring “WAP” single for a Grammy.

The platinum-selling songbird admitted to her anxiety during a recent interview with Jason Lee for his brand-new REVOLT show.

“You know what?” Cardi began. “This is something that – it’s like, I need to stop letting the internet control my life.” I didn’t want to submit ‘WAP’ because I was afraid that if I won or if I, You know what’s so crazy? The internet made me even more afraid of winning. That is insane.”

Take a look at Cardi’s remarks below at 1:22:44:

In August 2020, in the midst of the pandemic, the sex-positive smash hit. It was the first female rap collaboration to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and at the time, it had the biggest opening streaming week in music history in the United States.

The song continued to spend four weeks at the top of the charts and numerous weeks at No. 1 in a number of other nations. The RIAA awarded “WAP” a platinum certification seven times in less than two and a half years.

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