The two rappers sample Frank Ski’s Baltimore club staple "Whores in This House," while the wet-and-wild music video features Normani, Rosalía, Kylie Jenner, Mulatto, Sukihana and Rubi Rose. Although the song made headlines for its explicit nature and angered many conservative politicians, Cardi said her music "is always going to make a woman feel like a bad bi---," and Megan noted that this moment was for women in music to come together.
"When I saw all of the politicians in an uproar about mine and Cardi’s 'WAP,' I was just really taken back," she told Time after the publication named her as one of the 100 most influential people in 2020. "Like, why is this your focus right now? If you have an issue with what I’m saying don’t listen to it. Tune out, 'cause I didn't ask you to tune in."