Argument #1: “Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion are Bad Role Models”
One could absolutely make a point that Cardi B's and Megan Thee Stallion's following bases consist of many young, impressionable girls — it's true. Just like a vast majority of public figures, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion put out content on social media that's accessible to people in many different age groups. However, just because content is accessible by a wide range of demographics doesn't mean that it doesn't have an intended audience — and young children don't represent who this song is meant to appeal to in any capacity.
"WAP" is not a G-rated song, but it doesn't make an artist a bad person to produce content that is not for kids. These are two women in their 20s who are expressing themselves how they choose, basking in well-deserved success, and simply living their best lives.
If your child is young, and you feel as though "WAP" falls out of the scope of what they should be consuming at that age, simply turn it off. In fact, many popular streaming platforms like Spotify and YouTube have parental control features available to make it easier to do just that –– don't jump to shaming these women for putting out content that empowers them (and many others) just because it's not what you want your kids listening to.