Cardi – who features on the track alongside Megan Thee Stallion – said on the micro-blogging platform: “Yoooo I wanna perform WAP so bad with a lot a** crowd.I miss shows and festivals..Yoooooo I would of went crazy (sic)”
Despite its success, ‘WAP’ has also attracted plenty of criticism since its release, with comedian Russell Brand questioning whether the music video represents a “feminist masterpiece or porn”.
Russell, 45, discussed the controversial video – which also stars Kylie Jenner and Normani – on his YouTube channel, saying it is a “capitalist objectification and commodification” of females.
He explained: “If male hip-hop tropes are about the potency of male sexuality … and then the female video is a sort of celebration of sexual potency … it’s an emulation of a template that already exists and is established by males.
“Is it equality if it has been established by the former dominator? The answer is no.”
Russell suggested the eye-catching video doesn’t do anything to help liberate women.
The outspoken star said: “I wouldn’t be so reductive and simplistic to say that women celebrating their bodies using an aesthetic that’s conventionally been associated with the male gaze means it’s impossible that these tools could be used as a vehicle for liberation.
“But I am saying that in a sense it’s still the same metric, it’s still the same aesthetic, it’s still the same values, it’s still the same ideals. It’s still ultimately a sort of capitalist objectification and commodification of, in this case, the female.”