She played the Times Union Center in Albany upstate New York on Saturday night.
But things went badly wrong for rapper Cardi B and her entourage just a few hours later.
They were thrown out of the city’s Hilton Albany at 1am on Sunday morning for allegedly making too much noise.
Not me: Rapper Cardi B launched an Instagram tirade against the Albany Hilton in upstate New York on Sunday after it threw her out for allegedly making too much noise and smoking weed
Guests also reported a smell of weed near their rooms.
The irate 25-year-old claimed she and her team weren’t guilty of either accusation.
And she launched a tirade against the Hilton in five Instagram clips she posted later on Sunday morning while she was still in bed.
‘Why’s it so hard to believe I don’t smoke weed?’ The 25-year-old, whose Bodak Yellow (Money Moves) rap hit No.1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, angrily replied to the accusations in five video clips
‘Why’s it so hard to believe I don’t smoke weed?’ she fumed, saying she had pretty much given it up at the age of 21 because it made her ‘paranoid.’
Adding grist to her mill, she continued: ‘I’ve been having a cold for the past three days,’ making it highly unlikely she would be partying late after her performance.
‘I don’t wanna be the one to pull the race card but like that is the only explanation that I could f****** find,’ for being targeted at the hotel, Cardi B claimed
Smoking gun: ‘I don’t wanna be the one to pull the race card but like that is the only explanation that I could f****** find,’ she continued
On Sunday, the Albany Police Department confirmed to TMZ that Cardi B, real name Belcalis Almanzar, was asked to leave by hotel security. She was packing when officers turned up.
The PD said no evidence pointed to the weed coming from anyone in Cardi B’s camp, but they left regardless.
Cardi B hit No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in late September with Bodak Yellow (Money Moves), the first female rapper to do that since Lauryn Hill in 1998.
Exotic outfit: Cardi B at TIDAL X: Brooklyn at the Barclays Center on October 17. She’s been gigging a lot since Bodak Yellow (Money Moves), hit No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 last month