Cardi B landed in Los Angeles on Saturday, and immediately hooked up with a leader of one of Compton's most notorious street gangs.
On Saturday, Piru member CEO Wacko posted an Instagram image of himself posing with a timid-looking Cardi, who begged the Pirus for protection.
In the photo caption, he wrote:
"[W]e gotta get out of our emotional state of mind and understand that we all have room to grow#piru #blood #crip=PBC=Powerful Black Community. S/O to@iamcardib for standing strong and understanding the principles and morals of this culture. S/O to all the other shades of colors of the human race, there is only one race and that is he human race I see nor have any color lines."
Cardi reportedly can't afford the Secret Service level security that shadows the Migos' every move in Los Angeles, where they are performing during NBA All-Star Weekend.
The 25-year-old rapper angered the notorious Crips street gang by insulting them in an Instagram photo of herself wearing a blue faux fur coat.
The Bronx-born Dominican rapper later deleted the snarky caption along with all of the comments threatening her life, leaving only the image.
The self-professed Bloods gang member rocketed to fame after she dropped her only solo hit "Bodak Yellow" last year.
The track includes multiple references to the Bloods gang, including wearing "bloody shoes" and making "bloody moves".
Security is tight at any nightclub where Cardi parties with her Migos fiancé Offset. Alcohol is served in plastic or styrofoam cups -- no bottle service -- and anyone not approved by security is barred from the VIP area.
The Migos' manager, Coach K, has reportedly been advised to convince Offset to cut his losses and dump Cardi. They say she is a liability to OFfset's career due to her immature, childish, and impulsive behavior.