Cardi B Had a Wardrobe Malfunction at Bonnaroo and Handled It Like a Pro

By handled it like a pro, I mean changed into a bra and robe.

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Cardi B, extremely relatable human, performed at Tennessee's Bonnaroo music festival yesterday, started twerking on stage, and accidentally ripped her sequin jumpsuit (opens in new tab) in the back. (I, too, have ripped my jumpsuit while twerking.)

Naturally, Cardi handled the wardrobe malfunction like a pro—changing out of her jumpsuit and instead finishing her set in a bra and a plush bathrobe (!!!). Fans praised the rapper for her grace and, well, just being Cardi and continuing to give an epic performance.

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Please tell me who could pull off a performance in a bra and robe better than Cardi B?

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Now I'm just over here looking for a white bathrobe (opens in new tab) as plush as Cardi's.

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