Rapper Cardi B is scheduled to appear in criminal court in New York City on Monday, Dec. 3, to face charges of third-degree assault and reckless endangerment in connection with a brawl in a NYC strip club.
The 26-year-old, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, turned herself in to police in October after a warrant was issued for her arrest in connection with a fight at the Angels Gentlemen's strip club in the New York City borough of Queens.
According to a criminal complaint, two sisters, Baddie G and Jade, who worked as bartenders at the club, were allegedly attacked by Cardi and her bodyguards on Aug. 15.
Cardi is accused of throwing a bottle at Jade, causing facial injuries.
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The sisters told police that Cardi and her goons attacked them on two separate occasions after the "Ring" rapper accused Jade of sleeping with her promiscuous husband, Migos rapper Kiari Cephus, aka Offset (pictured taking a Selfie with Cardi B in a photo dated Oct. 9, 2018).
Both Baddie G and Jade deny having intimate relations with Offset, who fathered 4 children with multiple women, including Cardi.
The curvaceous siblings were fired and banned from Angels after the club owner blamed them for bringing negative publicity to his establishment.
The sisters, whose real names are Rachel Watley, 21, and Sara Watley, 23, are suing their former employer.
"They were told they can't work there because of the complaint they made against Cardi B," Joe Tacopina, an attorney representing the sisters, told The NY Post. "They have text messages [that] say that from the club."
Cardi's rival, rapper Nicki Minaj, hired the two sisters to appear alongside her in a recent music video.
Cardi faces a maximum of 10 years in prison if convicted on all charges.
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