So much so, she wants to form a community of them on OnlyFans, a paid subscription platform known for its adult and NSFW content. "I have a lot of people that claim they don't like me," Cardi B told CNN on Wednesday. "I want to have conversations with my real fans."The exotic dancer turned reality star turned history making rapper said she has no plans to appear nude on the platform. Instead, she'll be offering content like a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video for her single "WAP," her new, but already hit collaboration with fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion. The explicit song (the title of which is an acronym for something we can't spell out on a family-friendly site) has sparked debate since its debut last week.Cardi B said she didn't expect women rapping about sex in the same way they talk about it amongst themselves to be so controversial."I think the song is nasty, but I was thinking [about all the controversy], wow, like, I don't know," she said. "I'm just so used to it."The 27-year-old said she came up listening to women rappers like Lil Kim, Trina and Jacki-O, who were known for their bawdy and sexual lyrics. But unlike men, who also rap about their sexual exploits, women in hip hop have been criticized for embracing their sexuality in song.Hours before Cardi B spoke with CNN, CeeLo Green issued an apology to her and other female rappers he had talked about during a recent interview with Far Out Magazine. "Attention is also a drug and competition is around," Green told the publication. "Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, they are all more or less doing similar salacious gesturing to kinda get into position. I get it, the independent woman and being in control, the divine femininity and sexual expression. I get it all.""It comes at what cost," he added.On Wednesday, Green posted a note of apology on Twitter."I know most of them personally and consider Cardi & [her husband rapper] Offset family," he wrote. Therefore, I would never disrespect them by any means. I acknowledge them all as powerful, beautiful and influential women…and professionals."In reference to Green's apology, Cardi B told CNN, "It's ok, it's all good. I just want Read More – Source

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