Cardi B’s husband Offset has been accused of throwing a punch at a fellow party-goer during a night out on Thursday, after leaving Cardi’s performance at LIV club in Miami.

The rapper, 27, was dancing on stage at strip club Booby Trap, while her beau showered her with hundreds of dollar bills

However their display was interrupted by a member of the crowd.

One of the audience members reportedly popped a bottle of champagne over the stage, while Cardi was dancing and appeared to get the star wet, reports TMZ.

The married couple were seen partying at the club, with Cardi bending over and grinding on her husband whilst he showered her with hundreds of dollars in bills.

The Migos star was no doubt keen to let loose after he was handcuffed and detained in The Grove on Wednesday after police received reports of a person with a gun in the parking lot.


After being released and insisting that law enforcement got ‘the wrong guy’, Offset wasted no time celebrating his release.

The Taste hitmaker attended the club with bundles of dollar bills, showering his other half in money and covering the floor in notes.

Cardi, 27, also appeared to be in her element as she performed some racy dance moves, whilst twerking next to Offset and sticking her tongue out in glee.

The I Like It hitmaker showcased her hourglass curves in a skintight pink dress with harness detailing that highlighted her ample cleavage.

The wild night came after footage emerged of Offset being yelled at cops as they shoved him against a wall and handcuffed him at The Grove.

The rapper can be heard yelling ‘Tell me now!’ at LAPD officers as he struggles against them in the parking lot of the Los Angeles outdoor mall, in video obtained by

Later, as he left an LA police station, he told TMZ the whole thing was a misunderstanding, saying ‘I was the wrong guy’.

Offset – real name Kiari Kendrell Cephus – was released by authorities after two of the people riding with him in an SUV were charged with owning firearms found in the vehicle, according to the gossip site.

The Migos rapper, who has also declared he didn’t hold any ill will toward police, telling reporters ‘they did a good job’.

He also cheerfully announced that the incident wouldn’t stop him from shopping at The Grove in future.

‘I get my kids’ clothes from there,’ said the father of four.

Police detained Offset along with more than one person in his entourage at the popular Los Angeles shopping center The Grove on Wednesday.

Around 8pm, the authorities received a report that someone in the mall’s parking structure had a gun, according to sources who spoke to TMZ.

The armed person has allegedly fled and TMZ have not been able to establish whether Offset or anyone in his entourage had a gun at the time.

Four people including Offset have been brought to the police station to be questioned but nobody has been arrested.

An investigation is being conducted by law enforcement, who have found two guns, the website reports.

Police cuffed Offset’s hands behind his back and pressed him against a pillar as he struggled and demanded more information, TMZ footage showed.

‘You gotta tell me now! You gotta tell me now! What the f***? You gotta tell me now. That’s your job as a officer! You gotta tell me now!’ said Offset.

Offset was arrested on two felony gun charges in Atlanta in August 2018 after police pulled him over for a misdemeanor lane change, TMZ reported.

The firearm-related charges were possessing a weapon as a felon and possessing a weapon while committing a crime.

Offset, who reportedly had three handguns in the car when he was pulled over, also got misdemeanor charges for the lane change and marijuana possession.

He previously served eight months in prison in 2015 on charges including possessing a firearm in a school safety zone.

Offset spent most of 2013 in prison for a probation violation, and was behind bars when Migos’ debut single Versace was released that July.