Could Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion Sequel to B.A.P.S?

Could Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion Sequel to B.A.P.S? ...

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion teamed up in 2020 for their viral vulgar hit "W.A.P.," in which the Bronx actor and Houston hottie wore looks similar to Halle Berry and the late Natalie Desselle in the classic film B.A.P.S. Now, according to the filmmaker of the 1997 film, the two rapstresses are planning to star in a sequel.

Robert Townsend, a legendary filmmaker, spoke with Slash Films about the film's initial reviews. B.A.P.S. is a story about two "Black American Princesses" from Decatur, Georgia, who travel to Los Angeles to audition for a music video. Nisi (Berry) and Mickey (Desselle) are caught up in a plot to deceive a wealthy, elderly white man.

Townsend, 66, said: "There are people who love, love, love the film, and some people who didn't get it." "And those who love it — like you love it and you understand it."

"I've had people say, 'Hey, we need to remake.' From Megan Thee Stallion to Cardi B, everyone is like, 'Could we do,' he says. "So, thank you for asking."

Both Grammy-winning rappers have appeared on television, aside from rapping. Cardi co-starred in Hustlers and Megan appeared in the P-Valley.

B.A.P.S., a cult classic motion picture, earned more than $7,246,735 at the domestic box office.

Townsend directed and starred in several films, including Hollywood Shuffle, Holiday Heart, Carmen: A Hip Hopera, and more.

Below is a sneak peek at the official teaser for the 1997 film. Could Cardi and Megan be included in a sequel?

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