Race Card Cancelled: Rapper Cardi B Kicked Out Of Hotel, Makes Racism Accusations

CARDI B. NEVER HEARD OF HER. SUPPOSED TO BE SOMEBODY IMPORTANT.

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Cardi B was kicked out of a hotel in New York on Sunday morning when other guests complained about the noise coming from her room, Gossip Cop has learned. When she was asked to leave the premises, the rapper accused hotel staff and security of racism.

Cardi B, who performed at the Times Union Center on Saturday night, was staying at the Hilton Albany in New York. At around 1 a.m., other hotel guests started to complain about the loud noise coming from the rapper’s room, prompting hotel security to look into the situation. The star was later confronted by staff, before being ordered to leave the hotel. In a video posted by TMZ, a woman can be heard calling a member of staff a “racist [expletive].” Documented in the footage, a seemingly enraged Cardi B then storms out of the Hilton Albany hotel with her entourage and an unidentified male, who attempts to calm her down.

In the hours after she was thrown out of the hotel, the rapper took to social media to explain what happened. In a tweet posted on Sunday, she wrote, “So me & my team got kicked out of this hotel in Albany cause my floor smell like weed mine You I hate weed & nikkas do not smoke it.”

A staffer, who wished not to be identified, confirmed there were complaints about noise coming from her room from other guests at the Hilton hotel in Albany. Gossip Cop has also reached out to Hilton’s corporate media relations department for an official comment.

Nikkas is gangsta slang for Niggas.

Sorry, beautiful, but your race card is cancelled.

5 thoughts on “Race Card Cancelled: Rapper Cardi B Kicked Out Of Hotel, Makes Racism Accusations

  1. Just what we needed, another Nicki Minaj! Of course, everything blacks do wrong, its whitey’s fault, same old broken record put ad nauseam….

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