On Monday, TMZ reported that the rapper filed trademark applications last week that would encompass clothing, including headwear and footwear as well as items such as jewellry and athletic bags.
The 27-year-old also reportedly filed trademarks for WAP liquor, beer, sports drinks and soft drinks, according to the outlet, in addition to stickers and posters.
The recent filings come after Cardi released a line of water-resistant merchandise including hoodies, T-shirts, bike shorts, sports bras, sweatshirts, sweatpants and umbrellas following the debut of her and Megan Thee Stallion’s hit song last month.
While it is not immediately clear if the singer plans to release WAP-inspired merchandise for all of the trademark applications, she told her Twitter followers Monday that they can expect new merch soon.
“I think I’m putting new merch tomorrow on my Cardi page. Are y’all here for it?” the rapper tweeted.
She also shared a photo of gold hoop earrings reading WAP in response to a request for a “sneak peak”.
Although many fans reacted positively to the announcement that more WAP products would be available for purchase, others revealed that they were still waiting for merchandise they already ordered to be delivered.
“First of all I need the WAP umbrella I ordered to be delivered before that Cardi!” one fan responded, while another said: “I second this lol waiting for the crop hoodie too I’m like wait.”