New York | Cardi B pleads guilty to 2018 club fight

(NEW YORK) As usual, New York rapper Cardi B appeared in Queens Criminal Court on Thursday where she pleaded guilty and avoided jail for participating in a strip club fight in 2018.

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Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, who wore a tight cream dress, high heels and her famous huge fake nails, was hunted down for four years for an altercation in a nightclub. On August 29, 2018, the popular borough of Queens.

That night, a small group of the famous rapper, who turns 30 in October, was spotted throwing furniture at the club’s two waitresses on the orders of the Bronx diva.

Cardi B suspects one of the two women had a sexual relationship with her husband, rapper Offset, who performed at a nightclub with his band Migos that night.

While she pleaded not guilty to 14 counts in 2019 and refused to reach any agreement with justice, the artist pleaded guilty Thursday to two misdemeanors in Queens Criminal Court in one of New York’s five boroughs.

Other charges were dropped and she was only required to perform 15 days of community service, according to the court. However, if violated, she will be sent to prison during the same period.

On arrival and departure, Cardi B simply greeted reporters outside the courthouse and replied that she was “fine”.

Songwriter Cardi B rose to fame with the following titles Bodak Yellow, I like and money.

In the summer of 2020, his big hit wireless access pointStarring rapper Megan Thee Stallion, it has been hailed as an ode to female lust and debauchery, but has come under fire from American conservatives.

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