Cardi B pleaded guilty to 2018 strip club fight
Cardi B has pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and reckless endangerment. It was related to a fight that took place at a New York City strip club in 2018.
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Cardi B pleads guilty to 2018 New York strip club fight
On Thursday, Cardi B was confirmed to have pleaded guilty to two lesser charges.
He admitted that he paid a friend $5,000 to beat up two women who worked at a New York strip club in 2018.
The 29-year-old rapper was dressed to the nines in Queens Superior Court. He opted for a cream colored bodycon dress that hugged his curves.
In addition, it was accessorized with huge false nails and a huge ring. She completed her look by sporting tinted shadows.
The mother of two looked relieved as she left the courtroom. She said, ‘I feel like I look good.’
However, Cardi B was able to escape from jail as she was sentenced to 15 days of community service.
Additionally, the judge ordered the WAP rapper to stay away from the victims of the incident as she was placed on a three-year protective order.
When Queens Supreme Court Judge Michelle Johnson asked Cardi B if she understood the terms of her plea, the Bronx-raised rapper quietly replied, “Yes.”
More on the 2018 New York strip club fight
Cardi B was arrested for a fight that occurred at the Angels Strip Club in Flushing, Queens, in August 2018.
He allegedly ordered an attack on two waitress sisters over the claim that one of them slept with her husband, Offset.
Prosecutors further revealed that the fight escalated when the Bodak Yellow rapper allegedly threw a hookah at the sisters.
Regardless, throughout the case, Cardi B appeared to treat the court proceedings like a runway photo shoot, as she wore flashy designer pantsuits and furs.
Meanwhile, the hip-hop star released a statement after pleading guilty.
She wrote: ‘Part of growing up and maturing is being responsible for your actions. As a mother, it is a practice that I am trying to instill in my children. But the example starts with me.
Additionally, Cardi B said, “I’ve made some bad decisions in my past that I’m not afraid to face and admit.” These moments do not define me and do not reflect who I am now.