Cardi B Fires Dj Mid Show

You’ll want the video now if you missed Cardi B’s DJ blaze in the middle of a concert. The rapper is currently performing at her concert in New York and has recently upset fans by firing the DJ mid-show. In a video posted to Instagram, the rapper can be heard berating Minaj for joking about her gang ties, “Big Brim.” Cardi previously talked about her ties to the Bloods in a 2018 interview with GQ.

The rapper is currently pregnant but she did not reveal the news on her Instagram account. It is unclear when she will give birth to another child. Cardi B has been openly discussing sexual assault for many years. She also accompanied her husband, rapper Drake, on stage during the 2021 Grammy Awards. Cardi B’s younger sister Marsai Martin has a large social media following and has accompanied her at award shows.

Cardi B also performed on the recent Summer Music Issue of the Fader. She performed on both the March 13 and April 3 episodes, and won the award for Favorite Hip Hop Song. Cardi B is currently on tour and will perform at the MoMA PS1 in New York City on August 19.

While performing, Cardi is known for her flirtatious relationship with Swift. While she was experimenting with song ideas in Swift’s phone, she was shocked to see incoming text messages from Asia, who was her former boyfriend. The two continued to text each other, and after a few days, Cardi was angry and vowed to fight Asia. She was eventually allowed to remain on the set, barefoot.

“WAP” became the most streamed song in history. It debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts and became the first female rapper with multiple songs on Hot Hundred. “WAP” also broke a record for the biggest debut for an all-female collaboration. It reached number one in seven countries and was the first female rapper to reach that feat.

Cardi B’s debut album Invasion of Privacy was released on April 6, 2018. The album received widespread praise from music critics and was the most streamed album by women in one week. Her song also became the first female rap record to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 thirteen times. Time listed her among the 100 most influential people in 2018 and included her on its list.

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