Cardi B’s Price Just Went Up: Report

Cardi B, Jennifer Lopez, and DJ Khaled accept the award for Best Collaboration onstage during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20, 2018, in New York City.
Cardi B, Jennifer Lopez, and DJ Khaled accept the award for Best Collaboration onstage during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20, 2018, in New York City.
Photo: Michael Loccisano (Getty Images for MTV)

If you want Cardi B to show up on stage at a concert or tour you are promoting, be prepared to pony up some big bucks.

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Sources close to Cardi have reportedly told TMZ that the only way the Bronx rapper will leave her home and newborn daughter is if she is paid $300,000 or more to get onstage, and, according to TMZ, she is already receiving offers in the $500,000 range, so this shouldn’t be a problem.

Cardi’s other stipulation is that the show can’t take her too far from baby Kulture Kiari Cephus. The new mom is incredibly smitten with her baby and doesn’t want to be far away from her if she can help it.

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Cardi has also reportedly said she will not be doing any more club gigs. She has grown out of them apparently. After getting $100,000 per show at Coachella, she has proven she can bring in the big bucks and the big crowds.

Cardi had previously canceled her appearance on Bruno Mars’ fall tour, but she surprised fans last weekend when she joined Migos on stage in New York City to rap her bars from the hot tune “Motorsport.”

Last week, Cardi looked stunning as she opened the MTV Video Music Awards, at which she won three of the coveted “Moon Man” statues.

Her fans are thirsty for her. Time will tell if promoters are willing to pay her fees.

News Editor for The Root. I said what I said. Period.

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With some many really talented Black female artist why does the root continue to promote this colorist ignoramus.You write an article about her every other day. Janelle Monae ,Sza, Teyanna Taylor all have songs out that are lit, can the root live up to its name and promote real African American talent.