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It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand that the popular song "WAP" wasn't created for children. However, there are some who have convinced themselves that it's Cardi B's job to do their job: parenting. Following Cardi B's performance of the song at the Grammy Awards, crazies have taken to social media to express their disdain for the performance, and Cardi B is over it

At the Grammys, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion performed the hit single "WAP."

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The performance was marked by top-notch stage presence, fabulous costumes, and yes, a little twerking. 

According to the publication Consequence of Sound, an artist compared the performance to Adolf Hitler.

John Cooper of Christian rock band Skillet strongly condemned Cardi B's Grammys performance and likened the ceremony to Hitler's propaganda: "If you go back and you read some of Hitler's speeches ... that's what's happening right now on the Grammys," a tweet from the publication read. 

Cardi and right-wing commentator Candace Owens even got into a heated Twitter match, which resulted in Owens threatening legal action.

"You did not delete all of the tweets pertaining to me — you specifically deleted the ones in which you LIED about my family claiming you personally saw the tweet written from me on twitter while I was trending," Owens wrote in regards to Cardi's previous tweets about her. "Even Snopes called out your filthy lie."

But many just think that everyone should calm tf down. 

"Ppl are being so extra about Cardi B & WAP already. If you don’t like what the song has to say, don’t listen," someone tweeted about the situation. "If you think it’s inappropriate, don’t play it for your kids. Out here acting like we didn’t grow up listening to Trina & Lil Kim."

And Cardi insists on everyone doing the same. 

 "The Grammies are PG," she wrote. "That means parental guidance. Meaning is your job like it is to mine to my child to monitor what they watch. My performance was around 10 pm on a Sunday. Your child should be in bed ready for school the next day why are they up watching WAP?"