Cardi B rocked the 2019 edition of the Made in America Festival in Philadelphia on Saturday night (Aug. 31). Even more spectacular was the Bronx rapper’s climbing skills halfway through her hour-long performance.

During her rendition of "Press," a barefooted Bardi scaled the stage scaffolding and perched herself on the metal equipment. The 26-year-old rapper, dressed in a rainbow-colored catsuit, then delivered her fiery verse from the track.

“Bitches be pressed/They know how I'm coming, real bitch in the flesh/Who the fuck she gonna check?/She be talkin' that shit, talkin' out of her neck/Put blood on her dress/Bitches be mad when they see Cardi step in the spot/Said that you ’bout it, we know that you not/I'ma pull up," she rapped, while holding onto the scaffolding as she performed a few feet in the air.

Bardi, who will resume her North American tour next weekend, was able to get down the scaffolding safely and finished the rest of her show. But clearly, the Grammy Award-winning rap superstar is fearless when it comes to rocking the mic on stage.

For Day 2 of the MIA festival, fellow rapper Travi$ Scott will close out the event tonight on TIDAL’s main concert stage. If you've ever been to a LaFlame show, you know it's gong to be lit.

Check out Cardi B climbing up the stage scaffolding at the Made in America festival below.

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