Randy Houser Calls Out Cardi B’s ‘WAP’ Going No. 1 While ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ Got Canceled

by Jacklyn Krol
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Randy Houser is not happy with Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP.”

What Randy Houser Had to Say

The “Like A Cowboy” singer shared an Instagram post on Friday (September 25) that created a debate. “Last year, ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ was taken off the radio. This year, ‘WAP’ is the number one song. Let that sink in.”

Rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion rap on the viral track. The song has suggestive lyrics that have to be censored on radio.

See Randy Houser’s post, below.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CFir6h1ndE6/

Country Stars React

Some of country music’s elite liked his post. Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean, and Josh Abbott all gave their seals of approval.

“Haha this is so true,” Mitchell Tenpenny commented. Uncle Kracker added, “I no longer want to live on this planet.”

“Hahahahahahah,” Wade Bowen wrote. “Holy s–t that’s good.”

“Unreal” Tyler Reeve called the song fact. Drew Baldridge said it was unbelievable.

‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ Controversy

Frank Loesser wrote the song in 1994. The song finally debuted in the 1949 movie, Neptune’s Daughter. Although the lyrics do not mention Christmas or the holidays, it has been a popular Christmas song due to the winter referenced in the lyrics. Countless artists have covered the holiday classic including Idina Menzel, Brett Eldredge, Michael Buble, the cast of Glee, among numerous other artists.

The song has faced harsh criticism that began roughly eleven years ago. People claim that the lyrics depict sexual harassment or even assault. By 2018, numerous radio stations removed the song from rotation.

Kelly Clarkson and John Legend re-created the song with updated lyrics. The lyrics say it’s your body and your choice and even offer to call an Uber.

 “It would be fun, and it would be newsworthy. And – yeah – it was both,” he told The Guardian of the song. “The song was supposed to be silly!” he added. “It wasn’t supposed to be preachy at all. I never disparaged the old version. And, by the way, the original writer, or his family, gets paid for my version, too.”

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