Cardi B slammed for wild Las Vegas birthday party with lack of social distancing and no masks

FANS have slammed Cardi B for hosting a wild Las Vegas birthday party over the weekend, with lack of social distancing and no masks.

One follower branded the rapper "irresponsible" after she shared a picture of herself lying face down on a floor, surrounded by a huge crowd.

Only one person can be seen wearing a mask in the photo, captioned, "I don’t know …blame it on Tommie & JT🤦🏽‍♀️".

One follower wrote: "bruh thats so irresponsible yall forget we are in a worldwide pandemic"

Another said: "so celebrities don’t think social distancing applies to them too? got it"

A third added: "No care in the world of getting covid19😷🤔☹️"

Cardi, who is in Vegas to celebrate her 28th birthday, has shared several clips of herself partying with friends over the weekend.

One video shows her group twerking and dancing together in the hallway of her luxury penthouse suite.

In another clip, Cardi and her friends party on her own private rooftop.

Her pal Bobby Lytes also shared a look at Cardi's celebrations on his Instagram story.

Cardi can be seen dancing and drinking as she takes centre stage.

The star later posted a video of herself strutting down her penthouse suite hallway wearing a tiny pink bikini.

She wrote: "My walk on dumb cause I’m still drunk".

Before the weekend, the mom-of-one gave fans a glimpse of some of her gifts – including a five-tier cake and some racy sex toys.

The rapper showed off her presents on her Instagram story, and giggled as she opened a box of vibrators.

Cardi also shared a clip of her daughter Kulture, two, tucking into the huge creation – which featured decorations similar to those used in her music video for WAP.

She told her followers: "Look at this birthday cake I received from Bellesa".

Despite filing for divorce from Migos member husband Offset in September, the chart star has sparked rumors the pair are back together are sharing a steamy kiss during her Vegas birthday bash.

Her ex gifted her with a Rolls Royce, as well as a huge billboard featuring a sweet message from their couple's daughter.

Cardi previously said she'd "shed not one tear" over their break up.

The couple have long had a tumultuous relationship that was marred by cheating allegations.

Cardi admitted the last time they split briefly caused her to feel "stressed out" and "sad", but was totally fine this time around.

She said: "This time, I wasn't crying. Wanna know why? The reason my divorce is not because of none of that s**t that ever happened before. It's not because the cheating,"

She also shut down rumors he "has a baby on the way" for the second time.

Cardi insisted: "I'm seeing people [saying] 'Oh, he has a baby on the way.' That's a whole f***ing complete lie.

"No, that's bulls**t."

Cardi, real name Belcalis Almanzar, and Offset – real name Kiari Cephus – tied the knot in 2017 and share daughter, Kulture, who was born in July 2018.

She explained that she just got "tired" of the couple's constant arguing, so decided to call it quits.

The hitmaker explained: "I just got tired of f***ing arguing. I got tired of not seeing things eye to eye.

"When you feel like it's not the same anymore, before you actually get cheated on, I rather just be… you know what I'm saying? Like, I'm tired of people."

The Bodak Yellow rapper also got fired up at rumors she filed for divorce for "clout" and to get attention.

Cardi said: "I don't do stunts. I don't need stunts and I don't need any stunts that comes to family to sell anything.

"I don't understand why people want [the] reason for the divorce to be something so, so bad."

Cardi added: "You just get tired of the arguments and the buildup. You get tired sometimes.

"And before something bad happens, before you get left, before you get cheated on, you sometimes you just want to leave. What is so bad about that?

"I want to say thank you to everybody they've been showing me love."

Cardi finished: "I'm great. I'm okay. I'm not down. I'm not devastated. I'm not hurt."


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