Cardi-B, who was embroiled in controversy with her sexually-explicit lyrics, has revealed that she hates clean version of her songs.
The 28-year-old opened up about her music choice, saying she doesn’t like diluting her racks for radio and TV audiences.
Responding to the critics of her music, the songstress wrote on Twitter: “It be so annoying doing clean versions of my songs [rolling eyes emoji] I hate it .”
Cardi’s chart-topping single ‘WAP’ – which also features Megan Thee Stallion – attracted some criticism from the music lover due to its controversial lyrics.
The hit track divided public opinion, with some fans praising the sex-positive message, while a section of her fans slammed the lyrics.
Cardi-B D, while discussing the radio-friendly version of ‘WAP’ on Twitter, admitted: “Trust me I hate it soooooo much.”
Cardi-B previously insisted she doesn’t think there’s anything unusual about ‘WAP’.
The rapper explained that while some people consider the song to be “strange and vulgar”, she actually believes it to be “normal”.
Cardi-B, who shares a child with Offset, also joked that a “dentist appointment” barred her from performing ‘WAP’ at the recent Presidential Inauguration.