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After pleading not guilty to charges of involvement in a strip club brawl, Cardi B responds to trolls about prison.


After pleading not guilty to charges of involvement in a strip club brawl, Cardi B responds to trolls about prison.

As the date for Cardi B’s appearance in Queens Criminal Court on October 25 approaches, the topic of her alleged involvement in a strip club brawl from 2018 has resurfaced.

Before heading to prison, the rapper responded to a tweet that said, “You’re going to prison,” by claiming she was going to break more records and make more songs.

Cardi B is set to appear in court for allegedly planning an attack on the Wattley sisters, who worked as bartenders at a strip joint in Flushing, Queens. In 2019, she had entered a not guilty plea.

During the incident, the ‘Bodak Yellow’ singer and two of her entourage are accused of tossing glass bottles and drinks at the Wattley sisters. During the melee, one sister claimed that her head had been slammed into the bar.

According to court documents obtained by Yahoo Life, Cardi B organized the incident on social media with her two friends, Tawana Jackson-Morel and Jeffrey Bush, where the three agreed on a day, time, and location to assault the bartending sisters.

The attack was reportedly planned to retaliate against one of her sisters, whom she felt had slept with her husband, Offset, at the time. Cardi B was charged with 12 counts after the confrontation, including two counts of felony attempted assault and a charge of reckless endangerment.

If found guilty, the rapper and her companions may face up to four years in prison.

Cardi B and Baddie Gi have a Twitter feud.

Cardi B expressed her displeasure with the case on Twitter earlier this year.

“It’s the audacity for me 2 2,” Baddie Gi, one of the two sisters allegedly assaulted by Cardi B and her companions, wrote in response to the artist.

Because of the case, Cardi B has had to deal with a lot of haters and trolls. However, this isn’t her first encounter with online trolls; just a few months ago, she came in to defend her collaborator, Lizzo.

Lizzo was defended by Cardi B.

Lizzo broke down during an Instagram Live just days after Cardi B and Lizzo released their song ‘Rumors,’ as she addressed the hostility and hate she has been experiencing.

Cardi B came out in support of her colleague, stating that individuals will be hated no matter what they do since the haters are only trying to hurt them.

Other celebs, including Chloe Bailey, Missy Elliot, and Jameela Jamil, joined Cardi B in supporting Lizzo.