"HAHHAHHAHAHAHAHA," Chance The Rapper commented. "Stop I'm crine folk."
"Oh THE LIES! THE LIES!!" Atlanta rapper Trouble wrote.
"That's exactly why I said ppl need to stay out y'all business," one fan said in the comments.
"Damn she cleaning?" another person asked.
Some fans were surprised to see the couple back together. As The Inquisitr reported, the Bronx native filed for divorce in mid-September, before reuniting with her estranged husband one month later. The two share a 2-year-old daughter, Kulture Kiari.
When "WAP" was first released, some weren't pleased with its hyper-sexual nature. Following all the criticism, the rapper defended the track, explaining that its raunchy lyrics aren't meant for everyone, as People reported.
"The people that the song bothers are usually conservatives or really religious people, but my thing is I grew up listening to this type of music," Cardi said in an interview with The Kyle and Jackie O Show.
Months later, she admitted that she wasn't a fan of a specific part of the track. As reported by The Inquisitr, she told Vevo that she thought the hook was a little too vulgar for her taste.
In the segment, she explained that she tried to record several versions of the hook, as she felt that the chorus had the words "wet a** p*ssy" everywhere. She even asked some fellow female artists to record it, but that didn't work out.
In the end, she said she decided to keep the version that fans are familiar with because she couldn't come up with something better.