The song drew nearly 12 million views in just 14 hours and dominated the conversation on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Although the music video left fans with many opinions, one aspect of the video that appeared to have everyone startled was the appearance of Jenner. Fans of both rappers almost immediately created an edit of the video that cut her out, and thousands of people commented about how her presence seemed random, forced and unnecessary.
The Change.org petition already has surpassed its goal of 25,000 signatures and includes a brief note: "The video was perfect until we saw K and I wanted to throw my phone."
No further explanation was needed — particularly for anyone tuned into Twitter on Friday, where the jokes were plentiful.
The demands for a Jenner-less edit were immediate and came quickly.
When does the edit without K*lie drop?
— Franchesca Ramsey (@chescaleigh) August 7, 2020
Dozens of fans also spoke about the people they wished were in the video instead of Jenner.
People Other Than K*lie That Coulda Shown Up:
• Jordyn Woods
• Lori Harvey
• City Girls
• Flo Milli
• Rico Nasty
• Teyana Taylor
• A Cucumber
• Betty White #WAP
— Shanelle Genai (@shanellegenai) August 7, 2020
Even everyone's favorite "Golden Girl" got a shoutout for a potential cameo.
betty white > kylie jenner
— Imani Gandy ☄️???????? (@AngryBlackLady) August 7, 2020
The instant hit has already garnered calls for a star-studded remix.
Y’all remember when “Touch It” did a mega remix with a million niggas? I NEED A WAP SUPER REMIX AND VIDEO IMMEDIATELY.
I want the new girls.
I want the old girls.
I want THIRD WARD TRILL.
Give me Saweetie, Eve, The City Girls, Lil Kim, Mulatto, call QUEEN LATIFAH! pic.twitter.com/TjgyMgQl2p
— Slum Beautiful (@TheJazzyBelle) August 7, 2020
all the rap girls needa turn in a verse for the wap remix by the end of the week
— night monkey (@sadboysquad) August 7, 2020
Fans are already eager to see what happens with the remix of the song as the number of views on the video continues to multiply.
For some reason, a congressional candidate decided to add his two cents about the video and got the thorough dragging he deserved.
Secondly, while I personally take offense to the lyrics and messaging of this song, I absolutely respect her 1st Amendment right to make it.
Also surprised that twitter doesn’t mind this kind of free speech but has a problem with conservative free speech.
— James P. Bradley (@BradleyCongress) August 7, 2020