The article mentions Madonna, Nick Jonas and Ariana Grande, among others, and the author also refers to Cardi and Normani’s music video for the song Wild Side, in which both musicians are naked and their bodies intertwine.
Cardi said on Twitter Friday that many of the poses in the clip were intended to disguise her pregnant belly, but also said: “I am married to a man but have spoken out so much about my bisexuality and my experience with women. But now queerbaiting is suddenly a new word and everyone is using it all the time.”
In a later tweet, the rapper wrote: “I don’t like this new term, queerbaiting. It forces artists to talk about their sexuality and their experiences when they may not feel comfortable sharing it at all. If an artist kisses a girl in a clip, should she be able to show videos or text messages with other women?”
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Cardi B angry with music magazine Rolling Stone after accusation of ‘queerbaiting’ gossip
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