'I'm calling the FBI': Cardi B slams Trump supporters dancing to 'WAP'

Cardi B's new single 'WAP' is breaking streaming records, topping charts and grabbing headlines, but she isn't happy with one particular group of fans. 

The rapper shared a video of a throng of young Donald Trump supporters dancing to the track - with the explicit words censored - at their Trump 2020 Boat Party. Cardi B made it clear she wasn't impressed with the group, who donned MAGA hats and were flying Trump flags. 

"Wasn't a Republican conservative throwing a little fit bout this song?" she asked, referring to right-wing commentator Ben Shaprio's widely ridiculed criticism of the song's explicit lyrics. 

"Anyways this makes my ass itchy," she added. 

The 27-year-old rapper threatened to "call the FBI on this festivity" pointing out that the large group of MAGA guys and girls were not social-distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

In spite of outrage from figures like Shaprio, criticism about the use of big cats in the music video from Tiger King's Carole Baskin, and anger at the inclusion of a Kylie Jenner cameo in a video otherwise featuring black female artists, 'WAP' has debuted at number one on the Billboard charts this week. 

According to Nielsen Music/MRC data, the track made history by pulling in a total of 93 million streams in the US alone in just six days - the most for any song ever in its first week of release.