Cardi B was named the first-ever Creative Director of Playboy and celebrated during Art Basel in Miami at the popular Miami club, E11EVN.
As she entered the venue, a woman stops the rapper to notify her that the club denied entry to a group of Black women.
“Y’all need to let the Black women in here,” the rapper is heard saying to the bouncers in the now-viral video below.
Cardi B Advocates For Black Women To Get Inside Of Miami Night Club pic.twitter.com/fmHxjBICH7
— Scam Rap (@ScamRap_) December 5, 2021
It’s unclear if the women ever made it inside of the Miami club, but you can see a staff member speaking to the women who claim they would get in after Cardi, according to the Daily Beast.
T-Boz caught some negative press for commenting “Poor Nicki Minaj” in the comment section of the video on The Jasmine Brand.
Why would y’all patronize a club and spend your money there where you’re not wanted?🤔 Cardi B telling bouncers to let black women in a Miami club. #cardib #lettheblackwomenin pic.twitter.com/1L0vJFmNm3
— The Gworls Are Fighting (@Barbiedolltvv) December 6, 2021
The TLC member claims that a hacker is responsible for the shady comment in a later message. She wrote, “MY ACCOUNT WAS HACKED I’M ON A ZOOM CALL/MEETING SO I DON’T KNOW WHAT WAS SAID OR WHAT’S HAPPENING YET BUT I SAID NOTHING ABOUT @nickiminaj AT ALL.”
She doubled down on her personal Instagram page and asked the Barbs to stop attacking her. “Hey guys, my account has been hacked and I never made that comment about Nicki Minaj,” posted T-Boz. “I have no problem and never have had a problem with her at all. That’s not like me to even comment on a blog and be messy so all the blogs and unnecessary comments can stop. Thank you.”
Thankfully, the comment didn’t instigaten anything publicly and it looks like Cardi enjoyed her celebration for her new gig at Playboy.