After fans began a petition to remove Kylie Jenner from the WAP music video “Carly B” and Megan Tay Stolion, Cardi went on Twitter on Sunday to defend the cameo, which some objected to as a wildly successful reality star and cosmetic mogul Jenner, who is white, was making a slot that could go to other recently arrived female music, such as her video cast Mulato, Sukihana and Ruby Rose, who appeared alongside more established singers Normani and Rosalia in the extremely wet mansion of the video. In a series of (already deleted) tweets, Cardi explained why Jenner made the cut. In a nutshell, Kylie and her family, especially mom Chris Jenner, are just nice.
“Why did I put Kylie on my music video?” Cardi tweeted, criticizing Jenner’s lack of musical or dancing ability compared to Costa Norman. “She treated my sister and daughter so wonderfully at her party. Travis and Seth are really close and Chris Jenner gives me advice on some things I want, and her husband is really good with mine. “
“These are the girls I personally like,” Cardi told Apple Music some time ago about the artists she starred in. “That I like their music. That really I think they will go mainstream. “In several deleted tweets filmed here by PopCrave, the rapper defended Jenner’s cameo, which featured her sticking out of a hallway and opening a door, compared to Norman’s, which emphasizes the singer’s dancing.
“Norman is one of the best women artists to dance. As she dances her fucking ass! ”She tweets. Why would she open a door? Please tell me how it would make sense? The best part of the song is the rhythm and the hook, which makes you want to shake your ass. Cardi, “It’s not all about race. There are questions here in the world that I am constantly preaching about race. This is not a competition.