Cardi B has given an official cosign to a special “WAP” remix made by a group of students from John Hopkins School of Public Health.
In a creative effort to get people to protect themselves from the spread of COVID-19, students from John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health made their rendition of Cardi and Megan Thee Stallion's viral sex-positive hit. They replaced its lusty theme with a plea for people on campus to protect themselves so that they protect others.
“Yeah I’m asking that you wear a mask please/ When you’re going to the shop you’ve got to wear a mask please,” a student raps on the song’s chorus.
Cardi recently caught wind of the video after it went viral and retweeted it, adding a series of characters suggesting that she laughed at it.
Back in September, actress Kerry Washington made the “WAP” acronym into “wear a mask please” in a post that Cardi also laughed at.
The video for “WAP,” when it dropped in August, had the biggest 24-hour debut of a female collaboration in YouTube history, amassing 26.5 million views in a day.
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