Cardi B is missing community service; judge gives you term
A judge of the Criminal Court of Queens County, in New York, gave an additional period of one and a half months to the rapper Cardi B. to meet the 15 days of community service sentence after pleading guilty to causing a fight at a club striptease in 2018.
The singer of Dominican origin should have ended her sanction this Tuesday, but “has done zero hours”so the magistrate extended his deadline until March 1, a source told People.
“Personally and professionally, Cardi is dedicated to community service and charitable efforts,” her attorney said in a statement shared with People. “Therefore, she appreciates that the court given you until March 1 to complete your community service commitment in Queens, New York.”
In September, the first woman to win the Grammy Award for “Best Rap Album” pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of third-degree assault and reckless endangerment and was ordered to removal of victims and 15 days of community service.
“These moments do not define me and do not reflect who I am now. I really want to get over this situation with my family and friends and get back to the things I love the most: music and my fans,” she said at the time.
On August 29, 2018, Cardi B. He was at the Angels Strip club in Queens when his group allegedly threw bottles, chairs and a hookah pipe, which police say struck the legs of a club employee.
Cardi B. allegedly ordered the attack against two sisters who worked at the club because one of them got involved with her husband, the rapper Offset.
The superstar’s guilty plea allows him to avoid a trial and eventual jail time. The other 10 charges against her were dismissed, while the two admitted would be withdrawn under the condition that the artist complete 15 days of community service before January 2023, reports the Panama América outlet.
The celebrity, whose real name is Belcalis Almánzar, must also pay for the expenses of the court and to stay away from the two women who accused her.
the interpreter of “Bodak yellow” Y money went to the court dressed entirely in white, with striking glasses and a fur coat.