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Quality Control held its annual Stripper Bowl event during Super Bowl weekend in Miami and there was a lot of controversy surrounding it.

A few dancers that worked that night blasted the record label for their low compensation. Cardi B, who is on the label’s roster, took the situation personally because as we all know she used to strip.

“I felt like I was obligated to throw money … It felt like at one point n***as didn’t want to throw money because y’all weren’t entertaining,” she explained. “Y’all was fuckin’ standing there like a concert … but then again, since the money had to be split … I felt like that’s not fair that the bitches that was working their ass off had to split money with y’all fuckin’ stank-ass bitches that were just standing there like, ‘I don’t care. I’m going to get money anyways.’ No, that’s not how it works.”

The Invasion of Privacy rapper added that she’s going to make sure that QC is more hands-on at next year’s Stripper Bowl. “We gonna make sure less than 80 bitches are allowed to work, so everybody can make enough and great money,” she said. “We’re going to make sure there’s more security … so n***as or bitches won’t pick up the fuckin’ money from the floor … We gonna make sure there are less girls, but all them fuckin’ girls better dance their ass. And if you’re not dancing, you will go home.”

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QC’s Pee echoed Cardi B’s statements claiming the label had no control over the logistics of the event. But next year already sounds promising.