Two bartender sisters who were attacked by rapper Cardi B during a brawl at a Queens strip club were fired and banned from ever working at the club again.
A lawyer representing the biological sisters, Rachel Watley, 21, and Sara Watley, 23, aka Baddie G and Jade, said they were banned because they filed a police complaint against the troubled rapper.
"They were told they can’t work there because of the complaint they made against Cardi B,” Joe Tacopina told The NY Post. “They have text messages [that] say that from the club."
Baddie G and Jade told police Cardi B and her entourage attacked them on two separate occasions while they worked serving drinks at Angels Strip Club in Queens, NY on August 29.
Cardi allegedly sent her goons into the club to attack Jade, whom she accused of sleeping with her promiscuous husband, Migos rapper Offset.
The crew of women entered the strip club and grabbed Jade by her hair, punched and slapped her. They also threw chairs at the two sisters.
In a separate incident on August 15, Cardi allegedly threw a bottle at Jade, causing facial injuries.
The curvaceous siblings are now unemployed as a result of losing their income stream.
Cardi turned herself in to the 109th Police Precinct in NYC on Monday. She was charged with third-degree assault and reckless endangerment. She faces a maximum of 10 years in prison if convicted on all charges.
The Bronx rapper was spotted shopping at Barney's New York wearing a bathrobe and plush Louis Vuitton bedroom slippers on Monday afternoon.
Her court date is scheduled in Queens criminal court on October 29.
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