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Cardi B and Kidz Bop don’t mix — and that’s the way the R-rated rapper wants it.
The 30-year-old “WAP” artist revealed her true feelings about having make her explicit-filled songs radio-friendly during her appearance Thursday on “Hot Ones.”
“So annoying,” the New Yorker and mother-of-two eagerly answered host Sean Evans’ question about the process, using her new single “Bongos” with Megan Thee Stallion, 28, as an example.
“I just did it practically two weeks ago, and I was so over it because it’s like — you know, my new song, I be like, ’N—, eat this ass like a plum.’”
She continued, “I’m doing the clean version, and it’s like, ‘Baby, eat it up like a plum,’ and it’s like, ‘No, you still can’t play that for pop radio’ or whatever.”
The final lyric changes that made the cut left a sour taste in her mouth.
“I’m like, ‘Baby, eat these peaches and plums,’ and I was so over it,” she said.
“That sounds so corny, like that sounds like Kidz Bop,” added the “Bodak Yellow” rapper, “But I have no choice, so, ‘Baby, eat these peaches and plums.’”
The Post has contacted reps for Cardi B for comment.