Cardi B Excited About Johns Hopkins' COVID-19 'WAP' Parody

© AP Photo / Invision / Chris PizzelloCardi B accepts the award for top 100 song for "Girls Like You" at the Billboard Music Awards on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas
Cardi B accepts the award for top 100 song for Girls Like You at the Billboard Music Awards on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas - Sputnik International
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"WAP" is a Cardi B song released by Atlantic Records in August 2020. It topped the Billboard Hot 100, making the female rapper the first to achieve Hot 100 number-one singles in two different decades. The music video for "WAP" broke the record for the biggest 24-hour debut for an all-female collaboration on YouTube.

American female rapper Cardi B has taken to Twitter to appreciate Johns Hopkins' Bloomberg School of Public Health for making a video parody of her hit track "WAP" and turning it into a COVID-19 message. She used a popular internet slang expression "Sksksksk" as the only description for the video. The phrase can express laughter, awkwardness, or amusement.

Although "WAP" was pegged as the best song of the year by "Rolling Stone" and "Pitchfork", the star-studded music video was heavily criticised by some people for being sexually explicit.

"I want to show people that you can do positive things, but you can also be yourself. I'm a very sexual person. I love sex, and I like to rap about it", she told Bloomberg responding to backlash for the music video.

Earlier this month, Cardi B had to apologise to her fans after it was revealed she had hosted around 40 people for the Thanksgiving holiday.

​The incident took place after US health officials warned citizens not to travel for Thanksgiving due to another spike in COVID-19 cases.

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