Kylie Jenner should be removed from ‘WAP’ music video: Petition

Kylie Jenner should be removed from 'WAP' music video: Petition

Kylie Jenner was featured on Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s Wap music video. However, many disapproved of her appearance in the clip.

Kylie Jenner is a league of her own. She was named the youngest billionaire and had several lines of products of her own.

However, not everyone loves the Keeping Up With the Kardashian star. One critic started a petition calling for Kylie’s removal from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, and it already received thousands of signatures.

Kylie Jenner should be out on WAP video

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion made their first collaboration in the song WAP. The I Like It singer hitmaker shared the official music video on her official YouTube account, and her fans were overwhelmed after watching it.

However, many disapproved of Kylie Jenner’s presence in the clip. According to the critics, she doesn’t deserve to be there and accuse the reality star of appropriating Black culture.

“The video was perfect until we saw K and I wanted to throw my phone,” Nini youtube, the one who started the petition, wrote.

“I was literally so happy seeing women of COLOUR showing off their melanin & confidence until that culture stealing b— came in like ??? DELETE KYLIE,” Malvika Patel wrote.

“I was so excited to see so much melanin glowing and just admiring and then she showed up and killed the whole vibe,” Areli Aguilar wrote on the petition thread.

“this is a disgrace. how a women that couldn’t give a damn about black people’s lives in general be in a video with two black icons. make it make sens,” Asahni Williams added.

“She’s a ‘Culture Vulture’.. and quite frankly, her services are no longer wanted,” Precious John added.

Kylie’s controversial past

Kylie Jenner has been subjected to various allegations against the Black culture.

Earlier this year, Kylie was accused of cultural appropriation for her hairstyle. Kylie styled her hair in twists, a traditional hairstyle among black people with Afro-textured hair, Independent reported.

The people disapproved of her move.

Just last month, an Instagram user accused Kylie of snubbing Black-owned fashion brand on Instagram. The Kylie Cosmetics mogul shared snaps of her wearing Lou Brand Studio’s “Vashtie” dress, which the outfit highlighted her curves. However, she didn’t tag the brand on her post.

“Kylie Jenner is refusing to tag the designer of the dress she just posted, which is a black owned brand, and now limiting her comments. [clown face emoji] @LoudBrndStudios is the designer!” Zoey wrote.

“AND FOR EVERYONE SAYING ‘she doesn’t have to tag it if she bought it’ Yes I know. But she deleted comments that were tagging the brand and then limited comments and thats grimey!!! Stop defending them, they won’t notice you losers,” the netizen added.

Some defended Kylie by saying that she rarely tags brand on Instagram and only does when she’s paid.

Kylie also responded by tagging the brand in a tweet. However, she didn’t make any changes in her post on Instagram.

Image used courtesy of Cardi B/YouTube Screenshot

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