A video of singer Cardi B going viral on social media last week showed her throwing her microphone at an audience member who threw a drink at her. Now the microphone was sold in an auction on the eBay platform.
As reported by TMZ, the microphone was auctioned for $99,900 by the owner of the company where it is manufactured, The Wave. He emphasized that the money would go to two charities, the Wounded Warrior Project and Friendship Circle Las Vegas.
The original price of the microphone was $500, but it received more than 120 offers in about a week.
Police have launched an investigation after Cardi B threw a microphone at the public
American singer Cardi B went viral on social media after throwing her microphone at a fan who threw a drink at her during her concert in Las Vegas.
The incident, which was captured on video by several concert-goers, has sparked an online debate about the safety of performers on stage and the responsibility of fans at live events.
The video features Cardi B performing on stage, when drinks are suddenly thrown at her from the front row of the crowd. In response, the singer quickly reacted and threw her microphone towards the fan who threw a drink at her.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said Monday that a woman contacted them to report an assault.
“According to the victim, he was at the event on July 29, 2023 at the property located at 3500 Las Vegas Blvd.”Police told US media.
Although it is unclear whether the microphone reached the fan, the incident has sparked intense debate about the safety of artists at concerts and the need for fans to respect artists and other attendees.
Throwing objects at performers on stage has been a growing problem in the music industry in recent months.
Several artists, including Cardi B, have expressed their dismay at this type of behavior and urged fans to respect the safety of everyone present at the live event.
Special Comments on Social Media
- @daniisantanaaa: Guess I’ll do the same, to what extent is it possible for you to pay to see a singer and spill beer on him.
- @merryy_02: I don’t agree with throwing things at the cast, but I don’t think the way he reacted is right, because all he could have done was throw the microphone at her, which could have caused the girl’s head to explode .
- @Cero_Florentino: I’ve seen many times drink is thrown at artist… I’ve never seen artist throw microphone at public who don’t know who he’s going to hit… so they hire and good earn!!!
Finally, the Cardi B incident in Las Vegas has reignited the debate about the safety of artists at concerts and the need for fans to respect artists and other attendees.
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