Cardi B makes court appearance over strip club brawl in Queens

Lewis Collier
December 8, 2018

As we previously reported, Cardi is accused of ordering a beat down of two women, Baddie Gi and Jade The women say they suffered physical injuries and mental anguish when a group assaulted them in Angels, a New York City strip club in August.

She scored a total of five nominations. Prosecutors pushed for bail, but the presiding judge ruled he didn't determine Cardi to be a flight risk.

Cardi, real name Belcalis Almanzar, will be hoping to finally take a gramophone home after receiving two nominations at the Grammys 2018 for best rap performance and best rap song, but failing to win one.

"I want you to convey to her that it's not acceptable that she's not here today", Dunn told lawyer Jeff Kern of his 26-year-old client.

A judge has issued orders of protection against platinum rapper Cardi B in a case involving a melee at a NY strip club.

The platinum rapper appeared in court in New York City after a summons was issued October 1 for misdemeanor reckless endangerment and assault.

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Cardi has had a pretty profound week, beginning with the announcement that she was ending her relationship with her husband Offset. She announced this week that the couple had separated.

They secretly married in September 2017 and share a daughter, Kulture, born in July.

Cardi B has turned into one of the biggest new stars in USA music since the runaway success past year of her song "Bodak Yellow", which touches on her former life making ends meet as a stripper.

The rapper got some more good news on Friday.

The platinum-selling rapper, and holder of five 2019 Grammy nominations, showed up in court in Queens Friday, after missing an earlier court appearance this week.

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