Cardi B brags about getting paid $1M to perform 35-minute set at ‘elite bankers event’ during Miami Art Basel.

Grammy winner Cardi B clapped back at a Twitter troll accusing her of ‘performing in someone’s backyard’ during Miami Art Basel last Friday by showing off her sizable paycheck from WP Touring Inc.

‘I got [paid] 1 million dollars to perform at this elite bankers event private event for 400 people and only for 35 minutes,’ the Bronx-born 30-year-old – who boasts 243.4M social media followers – wrote in a since-deleted tweeted Saturday.

‘Think about that when you type about this Grammy winner.’

Grammy winner Cardi B clapped back at a Twitter troll accusing her of 'performing in someone's backyard' during Miami Art Basel last Friday by showing off her sizable paycheck from WP Touring Inc.

Grammy winner Cardi B clapped back at a Twitter troll accusing her of ‘performing in someone’s backyard’ during Miami Art Basel last Friday by showing off her sizable paycheck from WP Touring Inc.

Indeed, Cardi (born Belcalis Almánzar) was paid upfront on November 3 for the exclusive gig for Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cardmembers at the SLS South Beach in Miami Beach.

The half-Dominican, half-Trinidadian star certainly turned heads wearing a custom naked catsuit designed by Jean Paul Gaultier as she rapped her songs Hot S*** and Money.

Cardi surprised the ‘Chase Sapphire Lounge’ audience by bringing Grammy nominee GloRilla onstage to perform their new song, Tomorrow 2.

‘Last night performing for the best bank in America! Performing is my passion… #lovewhatyoudo,’ the Reebok collaborator tweeted on Saturday.

The Bronx-born 30-year-old wrote in a since-deleted tweeted Saturday: 'I got [paid] 1 million dollars to perform at this elite bankers event private event for 400 people and only for 35 minutes... Think about that when you type about this Grammy winner'

The Bronx-born 30-year-old wrote in a since-deleted tweeted Saturday: ‘I got [paid] 1 million dollars to perform at this elite bankers event private event for 400 people and only for 35 minutes… Think about that when you type about this Grammy winner’

Receipts: Indeed, Cardi (born Belcalis Almánzar) was paid upfront on November 3 for the exclusive gig for Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cardmembers at the SLS South Beach in Miami Beach

Receipts: Indeed, Cardi (born Belcalis Almánzar) was paid upfront on November 3 for the exclusive gig for Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cardmembers at the SLS South Beach in Miami Beach

Pouring booze on herself: The half-Dominican, half-Trinidadian star certainly turned heads wearing a custom naked catsuit designed by Jean Paul Gaultier as she rapped her songs Hot S*** and Money

Pouring booze on herself: The half-Dominican, half-Trinidadian star certainly turned heads wearing a custom naked catsuit designed by Jean Paul Gaultier as she rapped her songs Hot S*** and Money

Duet: Cardi surprised the 'Chase Sapphire Lounge' audience by bringing Grammy nominee GloRilla (L) onstage to perform their new song, Tomorrow 2

Duet: Cardi surprised the ‘Chase Sapphire Lounge’ audience by bringing Grammy nominee GloRilla (L) onstage to perform their new song, Tomorrow 2

Cardi previously bragged about being paid over $1M per show for her debut US tour in the summer of 2019: ‘Mind you it was only 7 shows… Let’s not talk about numbers.’

However, the Shake It hitmaker has been delaying the release of her follow-up to her 2018 debut studio album, Invasion of Privacy.

‘I have no choice, I have to put it out,’ Cardi said on The Breakfast Club last Thursday.

The married mother-of-two tweeted on Saturday: 'Last night performing for the best bank in America! Performing is my passion... #lovewhatyoudo'

The married mother-of-two tweeted on Saturday: ‘Last night performing for the best bank in America! Performing is my passion… #lovewhatyoudo’

Cardi previously bragged about being paid over $1M per show for her debut US tour in the summer of 2019: 'Mind you it was only 7 shows... Let's not talk about numbers'

Cardi previously bragged about being paid over $1M per show for her debut US tour in the summer of 2019: ‘Mind you it was only 7 shows… Let’s not talk about numbers’

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