Yes, the snakes were real and yes, they were scary.

Morgan Noll
Updated September 10, 2020
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Update, September 10th, 2020, 11:15 p.m. ET: Last week it dropped only for Cardi B's OnlyFans followers, but now everyone can watch her behind-the-scenes video from filming the "WAP" music video on YouTube. There's so many great insider moments, peeking into the friendship between Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi, practicing the choreography, and showing how the video was made. If you're wondering, yes, the snakes were real and they were "big as shit."

In the BTS video, you can see Megan talking to Cardi after she filmed her part with the snake. "It was scary," she says. "The snake's big as shit. What are we gonna do? When you see how big these snakes is, you’re not about to be doing all that.”

In another moment, Megan talks about the kind of person Cardi is IRL. "I wish the people knew what you were like in real life," Megan says. "You are nicest fucking person that I know."

Watch Cardi's whole "Inside the WAP" video below:

Cardi's behind-the-scenes "WAP" video is labeled as "Part 1," which means were getting even more of an insider look coming soon.

Original post, August 13th, 2020: Since it dropped on August 7th, the Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion "WAP" music video has taken the internet by storm. With controversial celeb cameos, the decision to make "wet and gushy" the "clean" version, and the Willy Wonka-esque funhouse, people can't stop talking about the collab. Now, cleverly capitalizing on her ability to leave fans wanting more, Cardi B created an OnlyFans account to share behind-the-scenes content from the highly talked about video.

"On my OnlyFans I will be putting the BTS of the 'WAP' music video, not only the day of that music video, but just like the process of it, me trying to rehearse, me trying to do a fucking split on a fucking chair after I haven't stretched out for fucking almost a year," Cardi B says in an Instagram video announcing the news.

OnlyFans is a subscription-based social media platform where fans can pay for exclusive access to content from different content creators. Though the platform is commonly used by sex workers to share and make money from their X-rated photos or videos, Cardi B quickly informed followers that they would not be getting any of that from her.

"No I’m not going to be showing my titties, or my pussy, or my ass,” her OnlyFan page reads. “Just straight up real-life content shit."

Cardi B does, however, want input from fans about what kind of content they want to see (the explicit type aside). "I wanna know what type of content my fans would like to see there...We'll be talking about personal stuff," she says in the Instagram video.

She continued, adding a big promise at the end: "You guys be mad nosey when it comes to my life, well I'mma be addressing certain shit in there. Everything y'all wanna fucking know, ask the question and it will be a topic on my OnlyFans."

Subscribe to Cardi B's OnlyFans here and, as instructed, ask her anything.