Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie and even Kris have appeared in numerous music videos throughout the years. But the appearance, which featured Kylie walking down a hallway in a sexy leopard print bodysuit and cape, was met with criticism by some fans. On Twitter, many viewers expressed that they felt the cameos should have been reserved entirely for BIPOC women in music like Normani, Mulatto and Sukihana, who were also featured in the vid. Others though, argued that the appearance would give the video more publicity, bringing more attention to BIPOC musicians involved.
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The 4-minute video is captivating for many reasons and apparently, the internet agrees. It became the 1 trending video the day of its launch on Friday, August 7. Us Weekly Stylish is particularly obsessed because the hair, makeup and fashion is over-the-top and fabulous. The lead singers open the music video wearing pink and yellow cleavage-baring bodysuits featuring long trains and makeup to match their ensembles. Their hair is styled in intricate updos so as to not distract from their killer bodies.
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But on Twitter, the clip has caused a different name to become a hot topic of conversation across the country. One minute and 40 seconds into the video, the music stops to focus on a mysterious animal print-clad figure that is revealed to be Kylie Jenner. Given her and her family's history of appropriating Black culture , many fans took offense to the beauty mogul's cameo in Cardi and Megan's music video, some using memes to express their frustration with a little bit of levity.