No Cardi B Concert for Socially Dead University

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Despite UCSD singles’ best efforts, UC San Diego will not be hosting a Cardi B concert in late April, having been out-swiped in Tinder’s #SwipeOff challenge by Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

The challenge began on March 27. It was announced on April 9 that UCSD had made it through four rounds to make the top eight.

“The winner is getting the concert with me, ” Cardi B said in Tinder’s finalist announcement while eating an unidentified item of takeout food. “Muahahaha.”

The high temperature in Boston or wherever University of Massachusetts-Amherst is will be 35°F this Sunday, so the winning school will be sure to enjoy their concert.

Rohan Grover is an Assistant News Editor for The Triton. You can find him on Twitter @rohangro.

  • Marcus

    Who? Well according to wiki she is a rapping stripper who plays on vh1. Strippers and rappers are a dime a dozen. And VH1 is practically dead. Further, concerts are never free. Security and maintenance cost money. Go to a private university and stop wasting tax payer money on nonsense.

    • Brian Ryner

      shut up. let people enjoy things.