Strip club brawl: Cardi B pleads guilty in court
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Fight in strip club
Cardi B pleads guilty in court
16-09-2022 02:04 o’clock
Out of jealousy, Cardi B and her entourage attack two bartenders. Four years later, she has to answer to court for the incident. With a guilty plea, the rapper saves a lengthy trial and possibly a prison sentence.
More than four years after an argument in a strip club, American rapper Cardi B has pleaded guilty to two charges. In a New York court, she admitted endangering bodily harm and negligence. The mother of two thus avoids a trial that would have threatened her with jail time had she been convicted. Ten other charges were dropped. The 29-year-old now has to do 15 days of community service.
Cardi B has been accused of arguing with two bartenders at the Angels Strip Club in Queens, New York, in August 2018. The two sisters are said to have been thrown from the rapper’s group with bottles, chairs and a hookah. Cardi B accused one of the women of having sex with her husband, rapper Offset. One of the two women was injured in the violent clashes in the leg, police said.
Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, rose to fame with hits such as ‘Bodak Yellow’, ‘I Like It’ and ‘Money’. Hailing from the Bronx, New York, the ex-stripper entered the Queens courthouse in a tight white dress with matching high-heeled shoes from luxury brand Louboutin and extra-long fingernails. “The sun won’t shine every day, but that’s why I love tomorrow,” she commented on Instagram.
She’s made some “bad decisions” in the past, but now she’s more mature and wants to “act responsibly,” the rapper said in a statement, according to TMZ.com. As a mother, she also tries to instill these values in her children. Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz welcomed the plea. “No one is above the law,” Katz wrote on Twitter. Almanzar and her two co-defendants have now taken responsibility for their crimes and have received “appropriate” recognition from their social services.