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Cardi B suffers wardrobe malfunction during Bonnaroo performance.

Summary: Washington DC [USA], June 17 (ANI): American Singer Cardi B suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her performance at Bonnaroo Arts and Music Festival on Sunday.

Washington DC [USA], June 17 (ANI): American Singer Cardi B suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her performance at Bonnaroo Arts and Music Festival on Sunday.

But the 26-year-old rapper dealt with the situation flawlessly and proved to be a true professional by continuing to perform for her fans.

The incident happened when Cardi was twerking on stage and her glittery multi-colored jumpsuit's zip split right from the back exposing her derriere after which she immediately covered herself up with a bathrobe, reported Fox News.

The singer posted a video on her Instagram Story where she was seen twerking in one piece over a revolving platform and captioned it as, "I'm exhausted", while another video she posted read, "I pack s--t out."

Earlier, Cardi had to cancel a few of her performances in order to recover from the plastic surgery she underwent. However, she ignored the medical advice and kept performing.

According to People, the 'I Do' singer said, "I shouldn't really be performing because moving too much is gonna f*** up my lipo. But b***h I'm still gonna get my motherf**king money back, let's go!" (ANI)

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