Cardi B slams stepson of missing billionaire onboard Titanic submersible for attending Blink-182 concert: ‘sad’

The stepson of a billionaire missing aboard the Titanic submersible has found himself locked into a bizarre confrontation with none other than rapper Cardi B.

Brian Szasz is the stepson of billionaire Hamish Harding who, along with four others, are currently missing in the OceanGate Titanic submersible in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Amid continued efforts to locate Szasz’s father, the 30-year-old was spotted attending a Blink-182 concert which some found to be bizarre behaviour – and the most vocal among this group is Cardi B.

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Missing billionaire Hamish Harding and step son Brian Szasz

“One of the billionaires that’s missing underwater from that submarine s–t …Their stepson is at a concert, right?” Cardi B starts.

The rapper noted that she felt that attending a concert amid the search and rescue of a loved one felt tone deaf.

“People is like, um, ‘What is he supposed to do? Be sad at the house? Is he supposed to go look for him himself?’ Yes,” she said.

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“Isn’t it sad that you a whole f—ing billionaire and nobody gives a f–k about you?” the rapper asks. “That’s crazy. I’d rather be broke. I’d rather be broke and poor, but knowing that I’m loved.”

Cardi B’s comments come a day after Szasz shared images of him attending a Blink-182 concert in a since-deleted Facebook post.

Szasz fired back at Cardi B’s spray on his Instagram, writing:

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Cardi B calls out Hamish Harding's stepson for going to a Blink-182 show

“@iamcardib, try to show some class for once in your life!”

The 30-year-old also attached a screenshot of a TMZ article which reported on Cardi B’s comments.

Szasz also responded to media criticism about his decision to attend the Blink-182 concert:

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Brian Szasz responds to cardi b

“Yes, I went to @Blink182 last night. What am I supposed to do, sit at home and watch the news? Not sorry this band has helped me through hard times since 1998.”

As to why he deleted the post of himself attending the concert, Szasz explained on Facebook that his mother had requested he take down a number of posts.

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