New ‘true’ academic study tests Cardi B’s claim that ‘a hoe never gets cold’

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Turns retired Cardi B whitethorn person been onto thing erstwhile she famously proclaimed that “a hoe ne'er gets cold” — and subject wants to backmost her up connected it.

A caller survey published successful the British Journal of Social Psychology has determined that scantily clad women are nary much apt to consciousness chilly connected a winter’s nighttime retired than their much covered-up counterparts.

The survey — “When looking ‘hot’ means not feeling cold: Evidence that self-objectification inhibits feelings of being cold” — was co-authored by six scholars, including University of South Florida grad pupil Roxanne Felig, 25.

Felig took to her TikTok account to item the research, saying it was partially inspired by 29-year-old Cardi B’s vintage viral assertion that “it’s acold extracurricular but I’m inactive looking similar a thottie — due to the fact that a hoe ne'er gets cold.”

“We wanted to trial that — scientifically — and truthful we did. And it’s true,” a deadpan Felig explained. “It seemed similar what Cardi was saying was that she was excessively focused connected however she looked and what she was wearing to consciousness cold.”

"WAP" rapper Cardi B, who dropped retired  of the Borough of Manhattan Community College to kick-start her stripping and euphony  career, has not responded to The Post's petition  for remark  connected  the scholarly probe   she inspired. The Post has reached retired to the “WAP” rapper for remark connected the scholarly probe she inspired. NY Post composite

In bid to trial that theory, the researchers surveyed women arsenic they stood extracurricular nightclubs connected evenings erstwhile temperatures dipped down into the chilly 40s. They asked the participants to study however acold they felt, earlier their photos were taken and coded for the magnitude of tegument exposure. 

“Objectification mentation posits that erstwhile women instrumentality an outsider’s position of their assemblage — truthful erstwhile women are highly focused connected however they look externally — it reduces the magnitude of cognitive resources they person disposable to appraise their interior states.”

Roxanne Felig, co-author of a caller scholarly survey published successful the British Journal of Social Psychology

They besides asked the women however intoxicated they felt and however galore drinks they had consumed, arsenic their humor intoxicant levels whitethorn person affected their absorption to the acold weather.

The results revealed that women who were flashing ample amounts of flesh, clad successful harvest tops and miniskirts, felt nary colder than women wearing coats and pants.

While that whitethorn astonishment immoderate readers, Felig told her TikTok followers that the results backed up “objectification theory.”

“Objectification mentation posits that erstwhile women instrumentality an outsider’s position of their assemblage — truthful erstwhile women are highly focused connected however they look externally — it reduces the magnitude of cognitive resources they person disposable to appraise their interior states,” Felig explained.

“So, erstwhile women are successful a authorities of objectification, they are little alert of however bare they are, their heartbeat … They are conscionable little capable to admit their interior states.”

In different words, the women Felig and her chap researchers surveyed were truthful preoccupied with however they were appearing to others that they did not person the clip to absorption connected however acold they were feeling.

Felig noted that the survey is the archetypal of its kind.

She besides stressed that she disliked describing women arsenic “hoes,” and that a woman’s covering choices were not needfully connected to her intersexual proclivities.

However, she stated that Cardi’s assertion that “a hoe ne'er gets cold” was a “good intro to the study.”

The “WAP” rapper, who dropped out of the Borough of Manhattan Community College to kick-start her stripping and euphony career, has not responded to The Post’s petition for remark connected the scholarly probe she inspired.