Cardi B Admits To Orchestrating 2018 NYC Strip Club Attack Against Two Sisters, Rapper Pleads Guilty To Assault & Reckless Endangerment
Cardi B is admitting her sins!
According to reports, Cardi B appeared in court today (Sept. 15) and pleaded guilty to assault in the 3rd degree and reckless endangerment in the 2nd degree, both misdemeanors, for her role in a 2018 assault of two sisters at a strip club in Queens.
As previously reported, the “Be Careful” rapper was accused of orchestrating an attack against sisters, Jade and Baddie Gi, at Queens’ Angels Gentleman’s Club on Aug. 29, 2018. Allegedly, this all went down because Cardi B believed her husband Offset had slept with Jade. Prior to the dispute at the adult club, reports claim Cardi confronted the women in June.
However, things were seemingly not resolved, which prompted the rapper to take the situation to the next level. While in court today (Sept. 15), Cardi admitted to offering someone $5,000 to beat up a woman who worked at the Angels Gentleman’s Club. She also confessed to throwing glass bottles in the direction of the victim and her sister during the 2018 altercation.
Reportedly, Cardi was offered a plea deal for her actions. In exchange for pleading guilty she was given 15 days of community service. In addition to that, Cardi B has to stay away from both victims for three years.
Two co-defendants in the case also pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment.
Breaking: @iamcardib pleads guilty to assault in the 3rd degree & reckless endangerment in the 2nd degree for her role in a 2018 assault of two sisters at a strip club in Queens.
Cardi admitted to paying an acquaintance $5K to beat up a woman who worked at the club. @NBCNewYork pic.twitter.com/xfqRWeeL7S
— Melissa Colorado (@melissacolorado) September 15, 2022
After taking the plea deal, Cardi spoke on the situation and said,
“Part of growing up and maturing is being accountable for your actions. As a mother, it’s a practice that I am trying to instill in my children, but the example starts with me. I’ve made some bad decisions in my past that I am not afraid to face and own up to.”
“These moments don’t define me and they are not reflective of who I am now. I’m looking forward to moving past this situation with my family and friends and getting back to the things I love the most — music and my fans.”