When Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” hit streaming platforms, it was the most talked-about song and hit. From fans recreating TikToks of the infamous dance to it becoming a controversial topic. Now, the Bronx native is making “money moves” by filing for the “WAP” Trademark.
The “WAP” trademark was filed by the young star, herself, late September after dropping a collection based on the hit-phrase. The trademark included items of clothing, which featured raincoats, hoodies, T-shirts, crop tops, umbrellas, athletic bags, and jewelry. It also included several beverages, such as alcoholic drinks, sports drinks, and more.
“WAP” was released Aug. 7 and continues to be a hit record for the female rappers. Cardi has also been a voice for females, as “WAP” continues to speak volumes for female empowerment, from the lyrics to visual. The music video also included several women in the music video, such as Rosaliá, Kaylie Jenner, Normani, and more.
With the single being very popular, it was another way for the Bronx native to make sure that her hard work was credited. According to Cardi B’s official site, “WAP” hit the highest streaming debut in 2020, certified gold in the first week, the highest debut of a female artist, and female rapper with most hot 100.
The official merch can be found on Cardi B’s official website.