Cardi B's song "Hot Sh*t," featuring Lil Durk and Ye West is here but the video isn't.
The cut dropped on Friday, July 1, after The Bronx rapper teased an audio clip that went viral.
Cardi spoke about "Hot Sh*t" with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe and said trying to get the video released has been a real headache.
"This video, oh my goodness. I don’t want to talk about the video because this video has brought me so much drama," said the mother-of-two," according to AllHipHop. "Not with the artists, though. So this is the first time I’ve ever done CGI. I’m very particular on how I like my things, and I really like when things look super realistic. I like building sets, or I like to be in a place. If I want to do a video in a supermarket, I’m going to do the video in the supermarket.”
“I don’t really do CGI," Cardi added. "So this is my first time trying CGI. It was something very different for me. I couldn’t maneuver or move how I wanted to, because I was very confused. After I finished the video, I find out that this sh*t takes so long. I did this video around March, and it’s still not even ready yet."
And there you go, folks. That's why the "Hot Sh*t" video isn't here.