Cardi B has her say on the baffling debate about celebrities not showering regularly

Like many others, Cardi B is very confused by the bizarre bathing debate that’s been sparked by celebrities such as Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis.

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The rapper made her feelings clear with a hilarious comment on social media after the likes of Ashton, Mila, Kristen Bell, and Dax Shepard made unexpected revelations about their decision not to shower regularly.

Seeing as the WAP hitmaker has become famous for always speaking her mind, it’s not surprising the 28-year-old hopped on Twitter to share her thoughts about the conversation.

‘Wassup with people saying they don’t shower?’ she asked her followers on Tuesday night, alongside the puzzled emoji. ‘It’s giving itchy.’

Indeed, last week saw some of Hollywood’s biggest names going full TMI when Mila and Ashton unwittingly kicked the whole thing off by confessing that they only wash their kids when they can ‘see the dirt’.

During the chat with Dax, Ashton went a step further and claiming he only washes his own armpits and crotch daily ‘and nothing else ever’.

Dax’s wife Kristen later threw her support behind the couple, explaining that she was ‘a big fan of waiting for the stink’ before she cleaned her children.

Elsewhere, Jake Gyllenhaal then revealed that he finds ‘bathing to be less necessary’.

The 40-year-old actor also declared that one of the positive side-effects of not washing is how ‘really helpful’ it can be for ‘skin maintenance’.

Kristen Bell agrees with Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher over bathing their kids

Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell recently agreed with Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher choosing not to bath their kids regularly (Picture: Getty/Rex)

However, before fans despair that no one in La La Land washes on the regular, Dwayne Johnson swooped in and shared that he showers not once, not twice, but thrice daily.

Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa also revealed he is ‘team shower’ in a recent interview as he stated: ‘I’m not starting any trends, I shower. Trust me.

‘I’m Aquaman, I’m in the f**king water, so don’t worry. I’m Hawaiian, we’ve got salt water. We’re good.’

Something tells us this debate isn’t going to be ending any time soon.