Cardi B has claimed it cost $1 Million for a WAP music video, which starred Kylie Jenner and Normani. The song was filmed at a lavish mansion. In a candid mood, the music star took to Twitter and revealed her iconic videos’ price tag. She first shared the cost of her major debut track Bodak Yellow as it cost $15,000. Her Money track cost the singer around $400,000, and the music video of Please Me cost her $900,000.Image Credit: Entertainment Tonight
Recently Cardi B and Meghan revealed that they were terrified of shooting with snakes. They were hesitant and has never been before nearer to the creatures. However, with some courage, they shoot with the snakes at the set of WAP. In a statement, Cardi B said that she is pleased with the positive response from the people and doesn’t care about the people who are offended with raunchy lyrics. The WAP music video has made history as it became Billboard Hot 100 in 2020 and was streamed 93 million times in the first week. However, the song has received criticism for its explicit and raunchy lyrics. The rapper said by the hip hop standards, the lyrics are normal, and there’s nothing to get offended. She said only the conservatives and religious people are offended by the song. She said that I have grown up listening to this type of music, and it normal for me.
Cardi B Claims WAP music video cost $1M, which starred Kylie Jenner. She revealed in a candid mood on Twitter. The video has crossed previous milestones and is a huge hit. The video of WAP was directed by Colin Tilley, shattered all the YouTube records. It has become the biggest ever debut of all-female hip hop collaboration. The video has amassed more than 325 Million views. Cardi B has also spent $100K for testing COVID-19 on the set of the music video. The video also featured cameos of a leopard, snakes, and two tigers.