The Madonna show in California got spicy on Monday night as she was joined by Cardi B.


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The performance was at the Kia forum in Inglewood, setting the scene for the surprise Cardi experience during the “Vogue” segment.

You can see the moment below.

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Cardi B has officially announced her next single. On social media, She revealed the cover for “Enough (Miami),” which will be released on Friday.

Last week, Cardi gave more than “Like What?” Hitting TikTok, Cardi previewed another new single, paired with an in-studio performance in some sweats and no makeup.

She raps:

“Me vs. you and you know who they pickin’
I can survive in the coldest conditions…
B–ches is washed, soapin’ the dishes
I apply pressure like boa constrictors
One b–ch, two b–ch, old b–ch, new b–ch, none of y’all not gonna do s–t
I’m in Miami I pull up on cruise ships.”

Just last week, the superstar rapper released a new freestyle and video, “Like What.” The single features a sample of Missy Elliott’s “She’s a Bitch.”

The video for the new banger brings a glamorous Cardi B in a bathing suit, with fur draped across her body.

Offset directs the video and teases more music to be released with a video closing “Stay Tuned” label.

You can dive into the video below.

It has been impossible not to notice the burgeoning popularity of the singer recently, a trend that can be corroborated by Spotify and her social media presence. For instance, over the past month on the music streaming platform, Madonna has garnered 44,318,069 listeners, which, according to the research team at DKcasinospot, translates to approximately $177,272.28.

As for her social media activity, the last month has seen a steady increase in followers on Instagram @madonna, climbing from 19,245,142 to today’s count of 19,299,243 followers.

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