The microphone that Cardi B threw at a fan during her concert in Las Vegas last weekend is now up for auction. The mic, which is still in working condition, is being auctioned off by The Wave, the audio production company that provided the sound system for Cardi B’s show.

The auction started on Tuesday with a starting bid of $500. As of Wednesday morning, the highest bid is over $98,000. The auction is scheduled to end on August 8.

The proceeds from the auction will be donated to two charities: Friendship Circle Las Vegas and the Wounded Warrior Project. Friendship Circle Las Vegas is a nonprofit organization that provides programs and services for children and adults with special needs. The Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit organization that provides support to veterans and service members who have been injured or wounded in the line of duty.

Cardi B threw the microphone at the fan after the fan threw a drink at her during her performance. The fan, who has not been identified, was reportedly taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Cardi B is currently being investigated by police for battery.

TMZ reported that the microphone is a Shure Axient digital mic, which costs around $2,000 new. The mic has a white piece of tape on the bottom that says “MAIN,” which made it easy for The Wave to find it after the incident.

The owner of The Wave, Scott Fisher, said that he decided to auction off the microphone to benefit charity because he believes that it is “the right thing to do.” He also said that he hopes that the auction will raise awareness of the two charities that will benefit from the proceeds.

It will be interesting to see how high the bidding goes for the microphone. It is possible that it could sell for over $100,000. The auction is sure to raise a lot of money for charity, which is a positive outcome.