On July 29, Cardi B lost her temper during a concert, throwing her microphone in the face of an audience member, who had thrown water in her face. This Friday, August 11, TMZ reveals that the murder weapon was auctioned off for gold on Ebay.
Cardi B is not used to letting things go. On July 29, the singer performed on an open stage in Las Vegas. As the concert was in full swing, someone in the audience threw the contents of a large goblet in his direction. Visibly shocked, but only for a split second, the rapper replied by throwing down her microphone in turn towards the person in question, taking him to task, while members of his security moved towards the public. But this impulsive gesture has earned the mother of Kulture to be the subject of an investigation. The video of Cardi B throwing her microphone in the middle of a concert has gone around the Web … On the images, they have found that the rapper had missed her target. His microphone landed on another member of his audience.
According to information from TMZ, a woman present at the scene has since contacted the police to report an assault. “According to the victim, she was attending an event on July 29, 2023, at a property in the 3500 block of Las Vegas Boulevard. During a concert, she was struck by an object thrown from the stage”, said a source to our colleagues. However, on August 4, this case was closed “lack of sufficient evidence”police said in a statement Thursday. “No prosecution will be brought in connection with this case”clarified TMZwho had the document in his possession.
Cardi B’s microphone sold for gold
This Friday, August 11, TMZ reports that the microphone that served as a stress relief for Cardi B has been auctioned on Ebay. At the time of the drama caused in Los Angeles, Scott Fisher, present in the pit, recovered the microphone of the singer and had the brilliant idea to put it up for sale on the site specializing in auctions. This Tuesday, August 8, 2023, an Internet user therefore won the jackpot, paying $99,000 to get Cardi B’s microphone. At least, that’s what the seller believed, because as the rule states, on Ebay, buyers have 48 hours to come forward, or else the object is lost and is put up for auction on the platform to find another buyer. If the seller cannot find a buyer, he has every intention of selling it to someone other than Ebay. As a reminder, a lock of Justin Bieber’s hair had been sold over $40,000 in 2011.