Cardi B launched a microphone at a DJ less than 24 hours before she threw one at a fan

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By Asiya Ali

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Cardi B was caught hurling a microphone at a DJ hours before she hit back at a fan who threw a drink at her while on stage.

Over the last few months, we have seen a trend of performers being pelted while on stage. From Bebe Rexha getting seriously injured after being struck by a phone, to Ava Max being slapped by a random audience member, it has all been disturbing, to say the least.

But what’s probably even wilder is artists retaliating to these terrible incidents by throwing things themselves, like the 'WAP' songstress.

On Friday (July 28), the artist - whose full name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar - was performing her hit song 'I Like It' barefoot at Drai’s Beach Club in Las Vegas when she became annoyed after the DJ dropped the volume of her music.

Check out the video below:

In a clip shared on social media by a fan, the hitmaker was seen shouting out her name before turning and chucking her microphone in the direction of the DJ. She then stormed off stage with her security team.

With little context in the video, fans were confused as to where her anger even came from, so the video uploaded explained: "DJ cut the track short on multiple songs! She was livid (as you can see)."

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On Saturday (July 29), less than 24 hours after the first incident, Cardi B appeared at the same Las Vegas beach club to give fans an outdoor concert.

While performing her 2018 chart-topper 'Bodak Yellow,' the singer - who was donning a vibrant orange ensemble - was left stunned after a front-row attendee unexpectedly threw a drink in her direction.

Taken aback momentarily, the Grammy winner took decisive action by throwing her microphone at the presumed culprit in the audience. All the while, her song, along with her vocals, continued in the background as security stepped in to manage the crowd.

After the incident, the rapper retweeted a different video angle of the microphone throw, which shows a clearer view of the audience member's attempting to empty their cup at the musician, who reportedly resumed her performance after the mic toss.

Earlier this month, Adele took time out of her concert to hit out at fans who have forgotten "show etiquette," following a string of incidents where artists were hit by objects thrown on stage.

During her Weekends with Adele residency in Las Vegas at the Colosseum, the 35-year-old 'Rolling in the Deep' musician quipped that she would "kill" any audience member who disrupted her performance by tossing things onstage.

Addressing the crowd, Adele asked: "Have you noticed how people are forgetting f***ing show etiquette at the moment and just throwing s*** on stage? Have you seen that? I f***ing dare you, I dare you throw something at me, I’ll f***ing kill you."

Using a T-shirt cannon, the 'Hello' vocalist then shot merchandise into the audience, telling them that while they should "stop throwing things at the artist," she "can shoot things at the audience".

Featured image credit: Prince Williams / Getty

Cardi B launched a microphone at a DJ less than 24 hours before she threw one at a fan

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By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

Cardi B was caught hurling a microphone at a DJ hours before she hit back at a fan who threw a drink at her while on stage.

Over the last few months, we have seen a trend of performers being pelted while on stage. From Bebe Rexha getting seriously injured after being struck by a phone, to Ava Max being slapped by a random audience member, it has all been disturbing, to say the least.

But what’s probably even wilder is artists retaliating to these terrible incidents by throwing things themselves, like the 'WAP' songstress.

On Friday (July 28), the artist - whose full name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar - was performing her hit song 'I Like It' barefoot at Drai’s Beach Club in Las Vegas when she became annoyed after the DJ dropped the volume of her music.

Check out the video below:

In a clip shared on social media by a fan, the hitmaker was seen shouting out her name before turning and chucking her microphone in the direction of the DJ. She then stormed off stage with her security team.

With little context in the video, fans were confused as to where her anger even came from, so the video uploaded explained: "DJ cut the track short on multiple songs! She was livid (as you can see)."

wp-image-1263222944 size-full
Credit: TikTok

On Saturday (July 29), less than 24 hours after the first incident, Cardi B appeared at the same Las Vegas beach club to give fans an outdoor concert.

While performing her 2018 chart-topper 'Bodak Yellow,' the singer - who was donning a vibrant orange ensemble - was left stunned after a front-row attendee unexpectedly threw a drink in her direction.

Taken aback momentarily, the Grammy winner took decisive action by throwing her microphone at the presumed culprit in the audience. All the while, her song, along with her vocals, continued in the background as security stepped in to manage the crowd.

After the incident, the rapper retweeted a different video angle of the microphone throw, which shows a clearer view of the audience member's attempting to empty their cup at the musician, who reportedly resumed her performance after the mic toss.

Earlier this month, Adele took time out of her concert to hit out at fans who have forgotten "show etiquette," following a string of incidents where artists were hit by objects thrown on stage.

During her Weekends with Adele residency in Las Vegas at the Colosseum, the 35-year-old 'Rolling in the Deep' musician quipped that she would "kill" any audience member who disrupted her performance by tossing things onstage.

Addressing the crowd, Adele asked: "Have you noticed how people are forgetting f***ing show etiquette at the moment and just throwing s*** on stage? Have you seen that? I f***ing dare you, I dare you throw something at me, I’ll f***ing kill you."

Using a T-shirt cannon, the 'Hello' vocalist then shot merchandise into the audience, telling them that while they should "stop throwing things at the artist," she "can shoot things at the audience".

Featured image credit: Prince Williams / Getty