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Cardi B Thrown Mic Has Sold For Almost $100k On Ebay Auction

She didn't know it at the time, but when Cardi B thrown mic has sold for almost $100k at her show and the money went to charity. After the "WAP" rapper got a lot of attention for throwing her mic at a fan at her July 29 show at Drai's Beach Club in Las Vegas, the owner of an audio production company called The Wave, Scott Fisher, put the mic up for sale on eBay.

Tyrese Griffin
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She didn't know it at the time, but when Cardi B thrown mic has sold for almost $100kat her show and the money went to charity. After the "WAP" rapper got a lot of attention for throwing her mic at a fan at her July 29 show at Drai's Beach Club in Las Vegas, the owner of an audio production company called The Wave, Scott Fisher, put the mic up for sale on eBay. After a week and 122 bids, the microphone went for a huge $99,900.

Cardi B Thrown Mic Has Sold For Almost $100k

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If it's up, it stays up. The microphone that "Up" and "Bodak Yellow" rapper Cardi B threw at a concertgoer in Las Vegas in July has sold on eBay for almost $100,000.
The item, which was posted on the auction site as a "Shure Axient digital Mic that Cardi B threw at a person," sold for $99,900 on Tuesday. It made news and led to a battery investigation by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, which ended with the "WAP" emcee being cleared of charges because there was "insufficient evidence."
Scott Fisher, who owns Wave Inc., a Las Vegas-based audio production business that supplied sound equipment to Drai's Beachclub for Cardi B's performance there on July 29, put the unremarkable device on the list. Fisher said that the way the microphone was labeled and timed with Cardi's earpiece made it clear that it was the one she threw.
The mic cost $1000 when it was new, and the first bid on the ad was for $500. In just one day, bids had reached $50,000, and a week later, the microphone was sold for $99,990. The owner, Scott, said that the top bidder will also get a letter of authenticity and a custom case made just for the microphone, along with the famous projectile. Scott gave a long explanation of how the $99,990 will be split between the two groups at the end of the bid.
100% of the profit from the sale of this mic will be evenly split among [two] charities. The first charity is a local Las Vegas charity called Friendship Circle Las Vegas. The friendship circle is an organisation that has teen and young adult volunteers helping children, teens and other young adults with special needs.- Scott Fisher
The [second] charity is Wounded Warrior Project. Wounded Warrior Project helps to bring independence back to our most severely wounded veterans. While I did not serve, my father served in the USAF and my son-in-law served in the USMC.- Scott Fisher
Last week, Cardi B was seen at a show in Las Vegas throwing a microphone at a fan. A person in the crowd threw a drink at Cardi B, which made her throw her microphone at this person with all her strength. She did ask the crowd to splash her with water to cool her down, though. When the fan threw their cup at her, they went way too far.
On July 31, a concertgoer told the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department that something was thrown from the stage and hit them. Cardi, on the other hand, was not charged with a crime after a battery investigation because cops said there wasn't enough evidence.
Cardi B is one of the world's most famous rappers. During her career, she has put out 38 songs and one studio album called "Invasion of Privacy." Since her last record came out more than five years ago, a second studio album is on the way.
She also got her start on Love & Hip Hop: New York, a television show. She was a main character on the show from 2015 to 2017. She is the host of the web reality show Cardi Tries, which she has been doing since 2020. She has also made it to Hollywood, where she has been in the movies Hustlers and F9.

Conclusion

Cardi B threw a microphone at a fan while she was on stage. The microphone was auctioned off for charity on eBay and sold for almost $100,000. When a fan threw water on her while she was singing at Drai's Lounge on July 29, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper threw a mic at them. The owner of the sound production business The Wave, Scott Fisher, put the microphone up for auction on eBay a week ago after getting it back. Overnight, bids went from $500 to $50,000.
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