Cardi B Pleaded not Guilty over New York Strip Club Agitation

Grammy-winning rapper Cardi B was alleged by 14 charges, including two felonies for a strip club brawl by a grand jury that happened last August in New York where the rapper found not guilty to recent felony charges.

Two other defendants connected to the case also pleaded not guilty to similar charges.

Reckless endangerment, assault, criminal solicitation, conspiracy and harassment were also the part of her charges.

Cardi B turned into arrested in October for the combat, which become allegedly due to the rapper accusing one of the bartenders, Jade, of having an affair with Cardi B’s husband Offset. Jade’s sister Baddie Gi changed into also harmed within the altercation.

Reportedly, Cardi was caught on camera throwing an ice bucket at them and originally arrested in October over this. Later, she alleged 14 more charges.

“I ain’t going to jail, I got a daughter!” said the rapper after after she indicted at the concert in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Her lawyer remained silent when asked for his comment.

“The case will remain sealed until Cardi B’s arraignment on Tuesday – at which point the specific details surrounding the charges will be made available,” said the Prosecutors in Queens.

“I know Cardi as a wife, as a mother, as a daughter, as a sister. I know Cardi B to be a decent and kind human being,” said her attorney.

Cardi B attended the ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Music Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Calif. on Thursday where she took home an honor for Songwriter of the Year.

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