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Gladys Berejiklian is shocked to hear Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s controversial hit WAP

‘I’m the Premier, for heaven’s sake’: Gladys Berejiklian LOSES IT after hearing Cardi B’s sexually charged hit WAP for the first time on The Kyle and Jackie O Show

Things got a little out of hand when New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian appeared on The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Thursday.

Gladys, 50, was shocked to hear Cardi B’s sexually charged hit WAP ft. Megan Thee Stallion for the first time live on air – and even watched in horror as a KIIS FM staffer performed the song’s signature twerking dance in front of her. 

At one point, the politician scolded host Kyle Sandilands when he read aloud some of the lyrics – which were censored so they could be played on air. 

‘I’m the Premier, for heaven’s sake’: Things got a little out of hand when New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian appeared on The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Thursday

‘Oh please, can we just move on? I’m the Premier, for heaven’s sake,’ a frustrated Gladys said, after Kyle recited the lyrics.

Despite being pushed out of her comfort zone, she could be heard stifling a shocked laugh as the radio producer attempted the WAP dance. 

‘That’s a hardcore song,’ co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson remarked, to which Kyle replied: ‘But all the kids love it… we have to play the clean version.’

Too far, Kyle! Gladys, 50, was shocked to hear Cardi B's sexually charged hit WAP ft. Megan Thee Stallion for the first time live on air - and even watched in horror as a KIIS FM producer performed the song's signature twerking dance in front of her. Pictured: radio hosts Kyle Sandilands (right) and Jackie 'O' Henderson (left)

Too far, Kyle! Gladys, 50, was shocked to hear Cardi B’s sexually charged hit WAP ft. Megan Thee Stallion for the first time live on air – and even watched in horror as a KIIS FM producer performed the song’s signature twerking dance in front of her. Pictured: radio hosts Kyle Sandilands (right) and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (left)

Controversial hit: The sex-positive anthem made history in August when it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was streamed 93 million times in its first week. Pictured: rappers Cardi B (right) and Megan Thee Stallion (left) in the WAP music video

Controversial hit: The sex-positive anthem made history in August when it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was streamed 93 million times in its first week. Pictured: rappers Cardi B (right) and Megan Thee Stallion (left) in the WAP music video

Before being exposed to the song, Gladys admitted she hadn’t heard of WAP. 

‘I don’t know what it is? Does it have any swear words in it? All your staff are laughing, what are you doing?’ she said, giggling nervously. 

The sex-positive anthem made history in August when it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was streamed 93 million times in its first week.

However, WAP has received its fair share of criticism for its explicit subject matter. 

Criticism: WAP has received its fair share of criticism for its explicit subject matter

Criticism: WAP has received its fair share of criticism for its explicit subject matter

But Cardi B hit back at her critics, telling The Kyle and Jackie O Show at the time that the lyrics were in fact ‘normal’ by hip hop standards.

‘The people that the song bothers are usually like conservatives or really religious, fake religious people,’ she said. 

‘I grew up listening to this type of music, so to other people it might be strange and vulgar, but to me it’s almost like really normal.’

She also clarified that WAP was meant for adults, and shouldn’t be heard by children.

Response: Cardi B hit back at her critics, telling The Kyle and Jackie O Show in August that the lyrics were in fact 'normal' by hip hop standards

Response: Cardi B hit back at her critics, telling The Kyle and Jackie O Show in August that the lyrics were in fact ‘normal’ by hip hop standards

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