Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion made a splash with their raunchy track “WAP.” But singer Tweet tells Page Six that she worries that the music industry is set up to encourage women to become sex objects — but she’s not going to play along.
“I feel like female artists have to be over sexualized in order to win in today’s music era,” she said, “Very over sexualized; very naked. All of those things which I’m not gonna do.”
She told us that she recently arrived for a photo shoot to find that its stylist “came with nothing but bustiers and leotards” for her to wear. “I was like, ‘No. Where did the clothing go?’,” she told us.
Her new single “Neva Felt This Way” is out now.