To set the record straight, the GRAMMY winner clarified that she will not be showing anything explicit on her account. Fans will instead be treated to behind-the-scenes content (beginning with the “WAP” music video) and glimpses into her personal life as she addresses ongoing rumors and connects closer with her fans.
“On my OnlyFans, I will be putting the BTS of the “WAP” music video. Not only the day of that music video, but just like, the whole process of it — days before, me trying to rehearse, me trying do a f*cking split on a f*cking chair after I haven’t stretched out for f*cking almost a year,” Cardi B explained. “Just straight up real life content sh*t. You guys be mad nosy when it come to my life. I’m gonna be addressing certain sh*t in there.”
The rapper’s first post is a short yet exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the shoot of her ELLE Magazine September 2020 cover. “I literally listened to the entire Teyana Taylor album shooting this cover. I know this clip is quick, but it[']s just a small dose of the content I got coming for ya,” she wrote. “‘WAP’ music video BTS coming soon!”
In other music news, Spotify and RapCaviar have launched the “Day 1 Club” digital experience.