Cardi B Wears the Shade of Innocence as She Enters Court with Her Entourage
On Monday, January 16, Cardi B, born Belcalis Almanzar, attended court in an oversized white fur coat, a white sleeveless
On Monday, January 16, Cardi B, born Belcalis Almanzar, attended court in an oversized white fur coat, a white sleeveless dress, white Louboutin heels, and white-rimmed Christian Dior sunglasses. Her appearance was requested after failing to completer her 15 days of community service as part of a plea deal following her infamous 2019 strip club brawl.
Cardi B resolved the multi-year case in September by pleading guilty to two misdemeanor charges while ten other charges (which included two felonies) were dismissed. Yesterday, after taking responsibility for her actions, the judge granted her more time to complete her community service, with a deadline of March 1st.
Cardi B Throws Bacardi
In August 2018 Cardi B and her group of friends had it out against employees (due to personal differences) of Angels Strip Club in Flushing, Queens, according to prosecutors. The details of the fight sound more like a WWE match as it’s explained that chairs, bottles, and hookah pipes were thrown as the group argued with a bartender. Cardi B herself and another employee suffered minor injuries.
Prosecutors described the brawl saying, “The victims allegedly had glass bottles hurled at them, alcohol drinks thrown in their faces, and one women’s head was slammed into the bar.” Initially, in 2019 the “WAP” singer pleaded ‘not guilty’ to the felony assault charges that related to the fight.
After accepting her plea deal back in December, Cardi B said, “I’m feeling like I look good.” Her plea deal mandated that she give the court a DNA sample as well as have no contact with the victims of the case for three years.
Maturing with Experience
Cardi B shared a mature statement, “As a mother, it’s a practice that I am trying to instill in my children, but the example starts with me,’ she added.
‘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,’ said Cardi B.
‘I’m looking forward to moving past this situation with my family and friends and getting back to the things I love the most—the music and my fans.’”
Queens District Attorney Melidna Katz stated, “No one is above the law.” Adding, “In pleading guilty today, Ms. Belcalis Almanzar and two co-defendants have accepted responsibility for their actions. This office is satisfied with the resolution, which included appropriate community service.”
What do you think? Will Cardi B continue to make the court proud, be a good example for her kids and prove that she’s maturing?