Cardi B Postpones Shows After Having Plastic Surgery According to Page Six, Cardi won't take the stage again until June. Cardi B's publicist, via Page Six Cardi B's publicist, via Page Six According to TMZ and, the 26-year-old rapper has withdrawn from Friday's 92Q Spring Bling Festival and two performances at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in upstate New York. Cardi has always been open and honest about her experiences with plastic surgery, especially after the birth of her da

Cardi B reportedly postpones concert due to plastic surgery complications

Cardi B recently opened up about her plastic surgery procedures, and, according to some reports, the complications from her operations may have forced her to cancel an upcoming show.

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The star was scheduled to perform at the 92Q Spring Bling Festival this week in Baltimore, but she had to back out. The radio station hosting the event, 92Q, cited a “health issue,” and the concert has been moved to a September date.

According to TMZ, the rapper had to postpone the concert due to complications from her recent liposuction and breast augmentation. The publication said she hasn’t fully recovered from the operations. 

Earlier this month, she confirmed she had plastic surgery during a performance in Memphis. A few songs into her set, she said she shouldn’t be on stage.

“I have some news for y’all. I should have canceled today,” she said during the show. “I shouldn’t really be performing because moving too much is gonna (expletive) up my lipo. But (expletive) I’m still gonna get my (expletive) money back, let’s go!”

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