Cardi B has turned down a a guilty plea in court for charges of reckless endangerment and assault.
In 2018, Cardi was allegedly involved in a brawl at a Flushing, Queens strip club, but she's fighting back in the case. Cardi was offered a guilty plea deal for third-degree assault, but turned down the offer in exchange for a conditional discharge.
Charges of reckless endangerment and assault are now hanging over her head, and she could face up to four years in prison if convicted. On social media, users heckled Cardi and she didn't hold back in defending herself.
"Before I go to prison you gone see me breakin more records and making more Ms.”
Cardi's court hearing comes after her 29th birthday, and the birth of her second child.
Recently she reached a $30 million settlement in her lawsuit with former manager, Klenord “Shaft” Raphael of World Star Marketing Group.
Raphael filed a $10 million breach of contract lawsuit, claiming that Cardi backed out of an agreement to sign with the company and instead went with Quality Control Management.
“According to my lawyers a little but more then that but it can’t be touch till my litigation is over,” Cardi wrote in a tweet. “Its just can’t be touch till we solve the dispute. But when that fat ass check hit my account all at once it’s gonna be lit. That's why I never trip cause it’s there.”
Cardi shared that she has a new album on the way.
"I’m workin on it ...I promise I won’t hold ya up for long. Maynr I’m February imma fly ten fans to hear it ....If Covid still ain’t hating."
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