Cardi B and Meg Thee Stallion recently teamed up for a powerhouse duo single “WAP.” The dance to the track, most popular on TikTok, as well as fan-made memes have blown up on social media over the past few weeks.
Some fans, however, have taken things to the next level when it comes to this iconic collaboration. The duo now have their very own Disney music video tribute to the track which was made entirely by fans.
To be exact, the mash-up was directed by Melissa Scultz and edited by Jonathan Schultz.
“Disney WAP,” as it is referenced by its creators, was released by Irie Musik Studios. It includes a huge compilation of clips from Disney films including Cinderella and Frozen. However, these are not just any ordinary scenes from the films. These clips are meeting “WAP” criteria and changing your perspective on some previously innocent classic films made by Disney.
It took a Disney edit to get me to listen to WAP in its entirety.
— hauntTΞD (@t3dga) September 28, 2020
I love the internet https://t.co/Gez5MA3vpF
— JT (@swyyft) September 28, 2020
The clips are lined up with hilarious lyrics from the track such as “swipe your nose like a credit card” and “I want you to park that big Mack truck right in this little garage.” For that last lyric, the creators chose Mack from Cars to race down the highway. The change of visuals will completely impact the way you will now think of the song and all of these films.
The concept is simply genius and its outcome has almost instantly become iconic. Fans of Disney are aware of their subtle sexual references, but this combination brings everything to life in a whole new way…and world.
Not someone making a Disney Princess WAP edit and when Megan says “switch my wig make him feel like he cheating” they showed Pleakly putting on their wig 😭😭😭
— Topanga Lawrence 🖤 (@MikaylaChristn) September 28, 2020
The video, reuploaded yesterday, is already on its way to half a million views. Both Disney fans and music fans from around the world are loving the creativity and comedy behind this creation. It is truly unlike anything viewers have seen before. The compilation even features the uncensored/explicit version of “WAP.”
This Disney version of #WAP has me crying right now 😂🤣
— Not Qualified (@OnAirProblem) September 28, 2020
One of the top comments on Youtube shares: “Whoever made this, you are going to sweep the Oscars for the next 10 years.” Another user commented: “….And there my childhood has been ruined in three minutes and sixteen seconds…”
Platforms such as TMZ and NME have covered the Youtube parody. It seems as though it is only a matter of time before it gets seen by Cardi B and Meg Thee Stallion firsthand.
Disney Parody Of 'WAP' is Fantastic!!! https://t.co/sBxhQlKa2t
— TMZ (@TMZ) September 27, 2020
The video created chaos on social media over the weekend when it was originally uploaded. Several fans downloaded and shared clips of it in fear that it would be taken down…and then it was.
This is the type of video that can single-handedly ruin childhoods and also make you laugh so hard you’ll begin to shed tears.
Everyone needs to go watch Disney WAP on YouTube. It’s gr8 😂
— bangie 🐝 (@beepbopnathaly) September 27, 2020
It’s clear that fans are not completely sure how to react to it. Should they love this new version of “WAP” or think that it’s absolutely ridiculous?
The video now has countless reposts and tweets regarding its existence. If one thing is certain, it’s the creativity and comedy of this video that has captivated the attention of thousands across the internet. It may be one of the strangest visuals to meet the eyes of human beings in 2020, but we never know what’s coming next this year.
The official music video for the track reached over 60 million views only four days after its release. The video features appearances from tons of celebrities including Normani, Rubi Rose and Kylie Jenner. Fans were shocked enough by the original video and now have a whole new world of “WAP” on their radar.
“WAP,” released via Atlantic Records, is the lead single from Cardi’s upcoming second studio album. Just a little over a month after its release, the track became a global smash-hit. According to NBC News, it debuted at No. 1 on U.S. Spotify, No. 6 on Global Spotify and No. 1 on U.S. Apple Music.