Cardi B Cleared of Charges in Vegas Mic Toss Case.
Cardi B received good news when she learned that the pending microphone tossing case against her in Las Vegas, NV, will not lead to battery charges.
Attorneys Drew Findling, David Chesnoff, and Richard Schonfeld, representing the “Bodak Yellow” rapper, issued a statement to TMZ, expressing their gratitude to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for diligently and promptly resolving the matter.
The incident occurred during her performance at an outdoor event in Drai’s Nightclub on July 29, where a fan threw a drink at her. In response, Cardi B angrily threw her microphone into the crowd, although it’s unclear whether she hit the offender.
While some speculated that the incident was sparked by Cardi’s request for fans to “splash” her “pussy” with water, additional footage showed her urging fans to throw water on her due to the scorching 105-degree Fahrenheit temperature.
A woman later reported the incident to the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, claiming she was struck by an item thrown from the stage during the concert.
Despite the ordeal, the microphone has found a unique purpose. It has been put up for auction, with all proceeds benefiting the Wounded Warriors Project and Friendship Circle Las Vegas. The starting bid of $500 quickly escalated to a staggering $99,900, showcasing the microphone’s newfound fame.
Cardi B’s legal team expressed relief at the resolution, and the rapper can now focus on her continued success in the music industry.