A recent video capturing Cardi B hitting a concert-goer with her microphone has gone viral, igniting a heated debate about fan conduct at live events. The incident, which took place during her performance at Drai’s Beach Club in Las Vegas, has prompted discussions about the increasing trend of fans throwing objects at artists while they are on stage. Here’s the full scoop on the matter.
During the rapper’s lively performance, a concert-goer threw a drink at her, causing her to respond with a swift swing of her microphone towards the perpetrator. Despite the altercation, Cardi B showed her professionalism by continuing her show without further interruptions.
The viral video has elicited mixed reactions from fans, with some supporting her reaction, claiming that fans should refrain from disruptive behavior. Meanwhile, others have expressed concerns over artists resorting to physical responses to counter fan misconduct.
Cardi B herself addressed the incident by posting a video of the drink splash, along with a witty caption: “Water and gas included… literally.” This isn’t the first time the rapper has dealt with unruly fans; she previously made headlines for similar incidents.
Unfortunately, Cardi B is not the only artist to face such confrontations. Recently, Ava Max suffered a similar incident when a male fan slapped her during a performance in Los Angeles, while Bebe Rexha had a phone deliberately thrown at her during a concert in NYC.
These incidents have brought attention to the need for increased security measures at live events and have sparked conversations about fan behavior during performances. Artists and fans alike are now calling for a safer and more respectful concert environment for everyone involved.