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Cardi B and her bestie Star Brim addressed rumors that Brim received a 1-year-sentence on a RICO gang charge because she snitched.

Star Brim is accused of being the godmother of the 59 Brims, a faction of the Bloods street gang in New York City.

Prosecutors charged Brim, real name Yonette Respass, and 18 of her gang associates with murder, attempted murder, narcotics, weapons possession and other crimes.

Most of Brim’s charges were eventually dropped.

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Last week, a judge sentenced Brim to 1-year in prison on RICO gang-related charges.

Almost immediately, Brim’s former gang associates labeled her a “snitch.” They told her to watch her back when she begins serving her sentence at a prison in Connecticut on July 1.

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A snitch is a criminal who becomes a police informant in order to reduce their own charges.

The punishment for being branded a snitch is usually death.

Both ladies took to social media to deny the snitching rumors.

In a now-deleted Instagram video, Brim thanked Cardi for paying her lawyer $350,000.

She also downplayed her charges, saying the fact that she received a short sentence doesn’t mean she’s snitching.

“Real ni**as deal with paperwork,” she said. “One thing I’m not never gonna do is let anybody on this Internet or anybody in real life make me feel bad for getting less time while still standing ten toes.”

In her own post, Cardi also downplayed Brim’s charges. She noted that everyone who was charged with the bar fight in New York received probation or community service.

Cardi insisted that her bestie had no reason to snitch because she didn’t have a public defender.

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Brim was represented by prominent criminal defense attorney Drew Findling, who also represents former President Donald Trump.