Cardi B spent her weekend handing out samples of her Dairy-Free Vodka Infused Whipshots to celebrate Pride in West Hollywood but had to quickly apologize when one of her shots went awry.

Caught on camera, Cardi can be seen rocking a rainbow-colored jumpsuit as she sprays out shots cleanly and efficiently into people’s mouths during the parade on Santa Monica Boulevard. Everything soon goes wrong when she turns her attention to an older woman, as the whipped cream sprays all over her shirt and face.

“Damn I got shit all over your face, sorry ma’am, sorry, sorry, sorry!” Cardi calls out as the woman walks away.

 

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Cardi has long shown love to her LGBTQ+ family. She had even previously officiated Raven-Symoné’s wedding to wife Miranda Maday.

“You’re probably wondering why I’m here,” she said during the ceremony last October. “I’m going to get these two beautiful ladies married. It’s not only a special day for you guys, but it’s a special day for me, and I want to thank you for making me a part of your beautiful journey.”

“Every bad bitch have a gay best friend or gay best friend cousin,” The “Bodak Yellow” rapper tweeted out a few months after the ceremony. “If you homophobic, you just ugly.”

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Despite all her outward support for the movement, Cardi herself once had to bite back at accusations of homophobia.

“How the fuck am i homophobic or transphobic?” she snapped back at a troll on Twitter. “have you been to a Caribbean island where you really see homophobia! Have you dealt with a parent that can’t accept you for your sexuality? I said some ignorant things b4 that apologised for & educated myself on it don’t mean I’m homo [sic].”

She added, “And I don’t support the LGBT community because I have ‘gay fans’ I support because of the confused feelings I had growing up on is it normal to like girls? I support because I know how hard it was for my gay cousin to come out to his very strict Dominican family.”