Watch Cardi B Go Emo Singing Fall Out Boy Classic New Year’s Eve

Yes, the headline is correct: Rap Superstar cardi b song Fall Out Boy‘Sugar We’re Goin’ Down’ New Year’s Eve. Well, maybe “covered” is a strong word. But there’s a video of Cardi B, sooo random, busting out a few lines From Under the Cork Tree classic after the stroke of midnight, jan. 1, 2023, at a nightclub in Miami.

The TikTok video shows Cardi B holding down the floor at Miami nightclub E11EVEN. She stands on stage with a microphone in one hand and a glass of champagne in the other. Her husband, rapper Offset, flanks her with another microphone. It’s clear that user @Lippyleah catches Cardi right after she starts the song, as the video begins mid-verse, “… Everything you wanna hear / But that’s just who I am this week / Lying in bed / Beside of the mausoleum…” The audience sings along to every word. Then Offset surprisingly says, “That’s my damn favorite song.” Cardi B tweets “Oh my fucking Gd” in a Kardashian lilt. The shots are poured and taken. And so the emo moment (emo-ment?) is over.

@Lippyleah captioned it all, “cardi b singing fall out boy until after midnight on new years day is exactly how i wanted to start my new year.” But how does Fall Out Boy feel about it? At press time we don’t know, but check back for any reactions from Pete Wentz and the gang.

Fall Out Boy has a lot to celebrate in the new year aside from just the NYE shout out from Cardi B. A few days ago Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley got engaged to his longtime partner. And late last year, the band began hyping a new song and potential new album with a trippy claymation video. You can watch “A Claymation Fall Out Boy Celebration” here.

But first, enjoy Cardi B entertaining Miami with some unexpected softcore punk. If only we could have gotten to the “A loaded gd complex, cock it and pull it,” part of the song. Maybe next year.

Cardi B Covers Fall Out Boys’ “Sugar We’re Goin’ Down” at Miami’s E11EVEN Nightclub New Year’s Eve 2022

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