The internet has once again excelled itself as one creative fan created an amazing remix of Cardi B’s WAP and Taylor Swift’s hit single, You Belong With Me.
Yup – 2020’s most explicit track got mixed with Taylor’s 2008 country pop track and even Cardi B was surprised by the results. The rap star reposted a clip featuring Tik Tok star Niamh Adkins’ hilarious take on the WAP challenge, playing on her creative mix. Cardi wrote alongside the clip: ‘I ain’t saw that coming.’
WAP, which features Megan Thee Stallion, was released earlier this month and has become one of the most divisive songs in recent memory.
However, it debuted at number one on the US’ Billboard Hot 100 chart earlier in August and earned the most streams in the first week of release with over 93 million plays. I ainât saw that comin.
Fans have celebrated the female empowerment anthem – which stands for Wet As P**y – while others have criticised the explicit lyrics. But a highlight of fan reaction has come in the form of the WAP challenge and the ever creative mashups
Talented Yoruba actor, Moshood Mayegun has said, veteran television and film producer, Wale Adenuga offered him his first script, as an actor.
In a recent chat, the Lagos born actor stated that that was one of his evergreen moments.
“Wale Adenuga Production (WAP) gave me my first script, he gave me a platform to showcase my talent. That was also how I got to meet some of the actors like Antar laniyan and late Moji Olaiya. They always come around for shootings of their movie project and I get a role in the movie sometimes. That’s when and where I developed my passion for acting. It wasn’t as professional as it is now”.Speaking on his growing up days and dumping his degree in sociology for acting, Moshood noted that wasn’t born with a silver spoon.He added, “My mother really tried her best raising her children. And as I wasn’t the only child. I had to learn professional skills at early age to assist the house. Same with some of my sisters and brothers. Thank God for the strengthening prayers from our darling mother. We are all grown up now. I had to pack up my degree in sociology to venture into acting. Having a degree is should be a proud achievement. It is useful in every way of a career, but my passion is within the entertainment industry.”