Cardi B is a well-known singer-songwriter who has risen to fame as a result of her ongoing efforts in the music business. However, Cardi just gave an interview, and her admirers will notice that she was quite upfront in addressing her concerns. In her interview, Cardi B admitted that 'the internet' was the reason she didn't submit 'WAP' for a Grammy.
Cardi B was concerned about what the internet would think of her submitting her Megan Thee Stallion-featuring 'WAP' song for a Grammy. Considering this, the star did not submit her hit. In a recent interview with Jason Lee for his new REVOLT show, the platinum-selling singer admitted to her worries.
The sex-positive smash came to light in August 2020, while the epidemic shook out. It was the first female rap collaboration to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. At the time, it had the biggest opening streaming week in music history in the United States.
'WAP' has been recognized seven times platinum in under 2.5 years.
Cardi won two Grammy awards in 2019 for her debut, Invasion of Privacy. She has received nominations for Best Rap Performance on dozens of occasions since, including for the singles 'Clout' with her husband Offset and 'Up' from 2021. She has yet to win another award from the Recording Academy.
Cardi's interview with Jason Lee this week was a hit as she was more open than usual. She briefly discussed how she and Offset learned about TakeOff's passing. Keep an eye on Thirsty for more updates.
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