Cardi B is a sensation who rose to fame as a result of her sustained efforts in the music industry. However, Cardi just gave an interview, and her admirers will notice that she was very upfront in addressing her concerns. In her interview, Cardi B also admitted that ‘the internet’ was the reason she didn’t submit ‘WAP’ for a Grammy.

Cardi B was afraid of what the internet would say if she submit her Megan Thee Stallion-featuring ‘WAP’ single for a Grammy. Considering this, the star didn’t submit her hit. The platinum-selling songbird admitted to her anxiety during a recent interview with Jason Lee for his brand-new REVOLT show.

“You know what? This is something that — it’s like, I need to stop letting the internet control my life. Because I didn’t want to submit ‘WAP’ because I was afraid that if I win or if I… You know what’s so crazy? The internet got me even afraid of winning. That is insane.”

In August 2020, in the midst of the pandemic, the sex-positive smash arrived. 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.


The song continued to spend four weeks at the top of the charts and numerous weeks at No. 1 in a number of other nations. The RIAA has recognized ‘WAP’ as seven times platinum in just under 2.5 years.

Regarding the Grammys, Cardi did win one in 2019 for Best Rap Album with her debut, Invasion of Privacy. She has received nominations for Best Rap Performance on numerous occasions afterward, including for the singles ‘Clout’ with her husband Offset and ‘Up’ from 2021, but she has yet to win another award from the Recording Academy.

“We were in bed. We were supposed to go to LaLa [Anthony]’s party in New York, and my daughter threw up all over my costume. Halloween was over ’cause it was just so much throw-up on the custome and I ain’t have nothing to wear.”

“So we just fell asleep, and out of nowhere, Offset’s phone kept ringing, my phone kept ringing. Offset picked up the phone and he was just like, ‘No!’ He’s screaming and screaming. He’s screaming like, ‘No! No! No! No!’”

“I’m like, ‘What’s going on?’ And he’s like, ‘TakeOff is dead.’ I smacked him and said, ‘Don’t say that!’ And then he’s just like screaming and throwing things, throwing up, running all over. And I was so scared, I was crying so much. It was terrible.”

This week, Cardi’s interview with Jason Lee garnered a lot of attention because the Bronx native was more open than normal. She briefly discussed the moment she and Offset learned of TakeOff’s passing. What’s your take on the interview? For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a law student at Calcutta University. She writes for Thirsty for News, covering world news and entertainment. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and exploring new places.

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