Cardi B denies festival “fight” with the fan.


The new video shows Cardi B repeatedly hitting a spectator with a microphone while performing at the Wireless Festival.

The Shake It singer seemed to begin repeatedly hitting a fan while performing in front of the crowd in London’s Finsbury Park.

Cardi B recently refuted claims that she struck her fans at Wireless Festival with a microphone.

After a video of the rapper’s concert at London’s Wireless Festival surfaced online, Cardi B claimed she did not get into a fight with a fan.

Cardi B is correcting the record.

The “I Like It” rapper, 29, dispelled social media reports that she got into a fight with a fan on July 8 while giving the headline performance at the Wireless Festival in London’s Finsbury Park.

As additional footage from other perspectives revealed that the hip-hop star was just caught up in the mob, she wrote, “It wasn’t NO FIGHT!

The 29-year-old singer recently responded to rumors by asserting that her daughter Kulture has autism.

It was written in a since-deleted tweet, “Your daughter is autistic, but you’re on supporting Twitter rather than just trying to make sure she’s not sticking her finger in outlets,”

My child is not autistic in response, Cardi B. “You can’t describe her as unattractive, so you must make a diagnosis based on her wit. Go play in the (expletive) traffic.

Online videos from the event show Cardi being supported while singing her 2018 hit “Bodak Yellow” by a security guard leaning into the audience. Then, it looks like someone in the audience has grabbed Cardi’s microphone, causing her to reel back and wrest it away from them.

Cardi brings the microphone back into the crowd after she has finished the song, appearing to glance into the crowd. She appears to be trying to hit someone, but it’s unclear if she’s trying to escape the crowd of concertgoers reaching for her.

Don’t trust everything you see, the artist said in another tweet that appeared to be about the incident.

Cardi’s tweet also featured a clip of Miley Cyrus addressing the crowd in a previous show, saying, “They attempted to kill you, favorite singer, I swear by those bastards! They attempted my murder! I won’t give up easily, I swear!”

Cardi and her husband Offset also performed their 2020 blockbuster single “WAP” with Megan Thee Stallion at the Wireless Festival in London.

The crowd sang “Happy Birthday” to Kulture Kiari Cephus, the daughter of Cardi and Offset, during the performance she gave the next day at the Birmingham, United Kingdom festival. On July 10, their young child turned four.

Cardi also has a 10-month-old son named Wave Set Cephus. She then captioned another image, “I will be posting on Twitter later or maybe here in BIRMINGHAM WIRELESS MADNESS…..But this post is for my baby daughter.”