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PETITION TO REMOVE KYLIE JENNER FROM “WAP” MUSIC VIDEO

Following the release of “WAP”, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s explosive new single, Kylie Jenner made a cameo appearance in the music video at much dislike for fans. People went as far as creating a petition to have Kylie removed from the video.

The petition, created on change.org, currently has around 55,000 signatures after only being up for two days, and looks like it will reach 75k by the end of the week.

The music video also welcomed appearances from fellow MCs Rubi Rose, Normani and Sukihana.

Fans revealed several reasons for signing the petition, one being that the youngest sibling of the Kardashian-Jenner clan didn’t add much to the video or concept. A huge portion of the reasons centered around Kylie’s lack of support for meg during the recent shooting between her and Tory Lanez. With one fan tweeting “didn’t she unfollow Meg after being shot in the foot twice.” It is unclear if Kylie has any involvement in the situation.

There is no word on whether this petition will lead to Kylie being removed from the video.

Watch the video below.

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