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Cardi B could face 4 years in prison

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On Monday, October 18, 2021, Cardi B had a court hearing following her alleged involvement in the 2018 brawl at the Angel’s Strip Club in Flushing, Queens.

It’s been an ongoing thing since 2018 and she is facing some pretty serious jail time.

Back in 2018 Cardi B was involved in a brawl with two sisters named Jade and Baddie Gi who were working as bartenders at the Flushing strip club. Cardi B felt like one of them was messing with her husband Offset.

Over social media, Cardi & her friends coordinated the date-time location to assault the bartender sisters that were working at the club.

The Hip-Hop trio “Migos” was reportedly performing at the Angels Gentlemen’s Club when the alleged assault took place.

Is being claimed that Cardi and two of her close associates threw glass bottles and drink at the sisters during the scuffle. One sister even claimed that their head was slammed into the bar during the altercation.

Cardi B is accused of being indicted for 12 counts including two counts of felony attempted assault and a charge for reckless endangerment.

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The Bronx star Cardi pleaded not guilty.

She will be back in court on Monday, October the 25th in Queens for a hearing in this case.

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