Cardi B sticks her tongue out as she twerks in blue thong

CARDI B stuck her tongue out while twerking in a blue thong.

The rapper danced provocatively on a chair in a hotel room as she gave a cheeky smile to the camera.

She was clearly feeling blue – not only were here pants blue, so was her hair and top.

It comes after Cardi suffered a wardrobe malfunction while vigorously twerking on stage in New Zealand.

She was forced to stop her concert as she told fans she needed to "remove wedgie out my a**".

As she finished a song, Cardi said: "Anyways, y'all, I need a little break!

"I'll be right back, I gotta take this wedgie out my a**!"

The star – who was wearing fishnet stockings, black heels and a skirt – then ran backstage to remove the bejewelled outfit.

Cardi was left fuming last month when "cheating" Offset crashed her gig and begged her to take him back.

The star had told fans that she split from the father of her child following claims that he had been unfaithful.

Offset stormed Cardi's stage with a floral messages reading: "Take me back Cardi".

The Bodak Yellow singer was mid-performance at the Banc of California Stadium when Offset appeared, mic in hand, wearing a bright tracksuit.

Shocked Cardi, in a glitzy red bodysuit, looked at him disapprovingly and ordered him off the stage.

Cardi also recently released her new music video, with a clip including shots of the star breastfeeding her daughter and playing the piano naked.

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The three-minute long Money music video was directed by Jora Frantzis.

Cardi pulled out all of the stops, with the video opening with her hanging from a chandelier and performing acrobatic tricks.

She is also painted gold and has strippers throwing money around as counting machines are loaded up.

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