Cardi B ensured everybody on set got tested for COVID-19.
Well-being and security were a top priority during the video production for Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s most recent record “WAP.”
Since the visuals for the record were shot in a pandemic, Cardi took some costly yet prudent steps to guarantee everybody on the set was COVID-19 free.
“It was kind of weird shooting the video in the age of Corona[virus],” Cardi said in an interview with i-D. “We had to spend $100,000 dollars just on testing. Everybody on the shoot had to get tested for Coronavirus.”
With respect to the tiger and panther scenes, Cardi was not taking any risks. Even though it appears as though the felines are in a similar room as the female rappers, it was just altered to look that way. Cardi recorded the scenes without the creatures in the space for security purposes.
It is nothing unexpected the “Press” star went through such a lot of cash to shield herself from COVID-19. Toward the beginning of the pandemic, she confessed to storing supplies, so she would be completely arranged for what’s to come. Later down the line, Offset’s uncle died from the COVID-19 infection, and she endured genuinely in the wake of learning somebody near her had contracted it. “Somebody around me caught Coronavirus so I had to quarantine myself,” she said. “I couldn’t be around my kid for two weeks and a half; it was just a lot. It was very overwhelming.”
Since its delivery, “WAP” has just amassed 13 million worldwide views on YouTube. Cardi expressed gratitude toward her fans for the love and viral support she is gotten up to this point and has separately indicated love to the entirety of the ladies who took as much time as necessary to be in her video.
Despite the fact that she posted a video clip of her offering a few plans to her team on Instagram, more select substance in regard to the video and all things Cardi will be found on her recently made OnlyFans account.
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