Janet Jackson is Cardi B's biggest stan as she watches star at Wireless festival

Cardi B has won over the hearts of many with her sassy tunes and catchy lyrics, but it seems Janet Jackson might just be her biggest fan.

Yes, the 53-year-old made sure not to miss the I Like It hitmaker’s set at London’s Wireless festival, on Friday.

While the rapper spat out some of her biggest hits, the Come back To Me songstress could be seen watching Cardi from the sidelines with a huge smile on her face.

The duo have been buddies for more than two years, after Janet shared a clip of herself dancing to Bodak Yellow.

After watching the video, the mother-of-one freaked out in the comments section, before thanking her fellow singer for her support.

Cardi wrote: ‘I really can’t even believe this. It’s soo surreal .Like ommmmmmmgggg son this the type of s*** you dream about.

‘Thank you Janet Jackson for showing Bodak Yellow some love. I’m so happy.’

It seems their friendship has blossomed from there, as Janet is now a regular stan at Cardi’s shows.

While rocking the crowd, the 26-year-old decided to get fully into the groove, as she whipped her hair around before ripping off her wig and throwing it int the crowd.

Naturally fans squabbled to keep the souvenir – but it sounds like Cardi wants it back.

Taking to Twitter after the show, she joked about the moment and how she’d like punters to return her weave.

‘I GOT CARRIED AWAY …….I want my wig back:/ Dm me,’ the star wrote alongside a video of herself throwing her hair out into the crowd.

She added: ‘I’m going to bed I have such S bad headache .I want to thank @LilNasX for coming out tonight at Wireless!

‘It was lit  keep doing your thing ,the stars is the limit …..Stream rodeo for a date with lil nas.’

Still not over her wig, Cardi closed the night with one final message, promoting her latest single Press: ‘Oooooo yea and stream Press for hair growth.’

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