It’s been two weeks since the buzzy “WAP” music video came out, and Cardi B has decided to stir the pot again. Or at least the macaroni in it.
Earlier this week, the rapper unveiled her official WAP merchandise — her WAP shop, if you will — on her website.
The clothes and accessories nod to hip-hop culture (airbrushed designs), the '80s (bike shorts) and, of course, the notorious video itself (T-shirts and hoodies with images of Cardi B and collaborator Megan Thee Stallion’s matching bodysuits).
Perhaps the best part? Cheeky references to, uh … getting wet (raincoats and umbrellas).
Here are five of our favorite items:
A post shared by Cardi B (@iamcardib) on Aug 18, 2020 at 11:05am PDT
One sleeve reads “XXX” and the other cautions “18+” in a bold font (there are no age requirements to purchase.) Megan does specifically tell fans to “get your boots and your coat” in case of a wet forecast. In a tragic turn of events, the WAP shop doesn’t include the boots, but this coat fits the bill and then some.
The design is bold, eye-catching and direct, echoing the two women throughout the music video. “Now make it rain,” Megan Thee Stallion raps in “WAP.” You got it, Meg. We came prepared.
— Thee Stallion Updates (@theestallionhq) August 17, 2020
The crop biker set
Plus, this makes for a good cleaning outfit — gotta stay comfy if you’re working with a bucket and a mop all day. The Bronx beauty and the Houston hottie have both sported the style over the last few months, and now we can too.
A post shared by Cardi B (@iamcardib) on Aug 18, 2020 at 3:30pm PDT
The movie crop hoodie
The “I Like It” artist is known for her love of the color red, and boy, did she do it justice here. Instead of “red bottoms” and “bloody shoes,” though, we’re treated to a bombshell Bond girl look. The back of the hoodie ($55) pays homage to "WAP" video director Colin Tilley, creative directors Kollin Carter and Patience Foster and killer choreographer JaQuel Knight, giving fans a look behind the scenes.
The airbrush T-shirt
We also get a second look at that legendary cover art. Do we wish those "WAP" door-knocker earrings were also available online? Obviously. Are we grateful for the WAP shop we were given? Of course.