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Cardi B Chucks Microphone At Fan Who Threw A Drink At Her

31 July 2023 | 10:51 am | Jessie Lynch

She also threw a microphone at a DJ that same weekend.

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A concertgoer at Cardi B’s show over the weekend just brought a whole new meaning to the phrase “fuck around and find out” when they decided to throw a drink in the rapper’s face during her performance.

In a video that has since done the rounds on social media, Cardi is seen performing Bodak Yellow at Drai's Beachclub in Las Vegas when she suddenly appears to cop a drink to the face thrown by a member of the audience.

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Never one to hold back, a majorly pissed-off Cardi responded by hurling her microphone into the crowd at the drink thrower.

In another wild video captured by a fan, the microphone appears to strike the offending audience member square in the head, before Cardi continues to berate the fan before security steps in.

Earlier during the performance, Cardi encouraged fans to splash her with water to keep the heat at bay, telling the crowd, “That shit feels good. Put that shit in my pussy."

However, she later added that she wasn’t expecting to have an entire drink hurled in her face, adding later, “I said splash my pussy, not my face, bitch."

Following the incident, Cardi took to social media to retweet a video of the moment alongside the caption "Jealous Ass Bitch," offering a link to Jealousy, her new single with her husband, rapper Offset.

It wasn’t even the first time Cardi had pegged her microphone at someone that night - just hours earlier, she threw it at a DJ who kept cutting her tracks before she had finished them, which was also caught on camera.

The drama comes amid a slew of similar events in which a member of the audience has thrown something at an artist in recent months, with Harry Styles, Kelsea Ballerini, Bebe Rexha, Drake, and Pink also copping random items thrown on stage at their concerts of late.