Cardi B Throws Her Mic At a fan who Spilled Drink On Her

Watch as Cardi B throws her mic at a Fan During her concert. The Female Rapper, Cardi B, in a recent viral video, was seen throwing a microphone at a fan who tossed a drink at her

In the video shared by Pop Base on Saturday,  the “I Like It” singer was left in shock after a fan tossed a drink at her during a performance, before flinging her mic at the fan.

It wasn’t the first time this weekend the rapper decided to use her microphone for something other than singing.

The night prior, Cardi B was performing at Drai’s Beach Club when she became irritated after the DJ was allegedly cutting off her songs too early.

Watch as Cardi B throws her mic at a Fan During her concert. The Female Rapper, Cardi B, in a recent viral video, was seen throwing a microphone at a fan who tossed a drink at her

The woman who threw the liquid was then flanked by security guards and appeared to be escorted out.

Additional video shows Cardi asking for water to be thrown on her to cool off. Though it is unclear whether that was before or after the woman threw the drink. But later in the show, Cardi B clarified that she didn’t want anything thrown in her face.

In recent months, there have been several highly publicized incidents of things being thrown at musical artists.

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In June, singer Bebe Rexha was sent to the hospital and ended up needing stitches on her left eye. This was because a fan threw a cellphone at her and she collapsed. Rapper Drake was also hit with a cellphone at a show in Chicago this month.

One fan threw their mother’s ashes onstage at singer Pink’s concert in London. Singer Harry Styles was seen in a video holding his left eye and wincing. This was after an unknown object hit him in the face at a concert in Vienna.

Singer Adele, while performing during her residency in Las Vegas, warned an audience not to throw anything.

“Have you noticed how people are, like, forgetting f***ing show etiquette at the moment? People are throwing s*** onstage?” she said. “Have you seen them? I f***ing dare you. I dare you to throw something at me, and I’ll f***ing kill you.”

John Drury, a social psychologist at the University of Sussex, said that this kind of behavior seems to have ramped up since concerts have resumed after pandemic closures and could be because people are trying to make viral moments.

“People are now more individual-focused, this month. They attend events for their own individual pleasure, and they’re not really thinking about being part of a group or a collective in the way that they might have been before. These are people who perhaps are treating the event as an opportunity for them to build their social media profile rather than considering the other people around them.

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