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    Blondie's Debbie Harry Can't Get Enough Of "WAP," Just Like Us

    "I LOVE it!"

    Debbie Harry is a legend. The lead singer of Blondie was a trailblazer in the 1970s punk scene, and she's one of the coolest people alive, too.

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    In short, Debbie's got great taste. So it wasn't surprising in the slightest when she recently revealed to NME that she just can't stop listening to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP."

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    "I LOVE it!” Debbie exclaimed while professing her admiration for Cardi and Megan's cleverly raunchy verses.

    Megan Thee Stallion in the "WAP" video.
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    "Cardi B is outrageous and she’s overtly sexual, so [‘WAP’] is quintessential Cardi B," she said.

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    "It’s very sexy and hot and naughty — perhaps even dirty — and the good thing is, it hasn’t been censored. At first I was going, ‘Wow, I wish I could do something like that,’ knowing full well that I couldn’t. But I wish I could!”,

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    Debbie shouldn't be so modest about her own rapping abilities. Back in 1981, Blondie's "Rapture" became the first No. 1 song to have a rap verse in it.

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    Fun fact: There are a few eye-popping cameos in "Rapture" — specifically, hip-hop pioneer Fab 5 Freddy, as well as iconic artist Jean-Michel Basquiat and New York City graffiti artist Lee Quiñones.

    Hey, who knows — maybe the next time Cardi and Megan open one of those doors in the "WAP" mansion, they'll find Debbie living her best life in there too.

    Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion in the "WAP" video.
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