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Cardi Plead not Guilty to Charges in Court | Just after Glorious BET Awards Accolades

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The DA in Queens Brooklyn went head to head with the Multi Award winning Rapper Cardi B. Whom they had charged of felony assault. The Rapper plead “Not Guilty” in court on Tuesday. She was charged following a wild brawl last year at a Queens strip club where she allegedly roughed up two bartenders.

“Not guilty, sir, honor,” the Bronx performer — real name Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar — told Queens Supreme Court Justice Joseph Zayas while nervously and visibly fidgeting as according to report on PAGESix .

The rapper’s lawyers vehemently defended her inside the courtroom while on the outside, there were crowd of supporters showing solidarity amidst a throng of press scrambling to get a glimpse. One of her lawyer came out strong in her personality defense, saying Cardi B is “a kind human being.”

She continued: “I know Cardi on a personal level. I know Cardi as a wife, as a mother, as a daughter, as a sister,” attorney Drew Findling said.

“It’ll ultimately be a positive outcome in favor of Cardi,” he said.

“We love you girl! Stay strong,” fans shouted as she was escorted into the building at 3 p.m. by burly security guards while wearing a navy double-breasted pantsuit with pink lapels and a matching hot pink Birkin bag.

Details of the charges reveals a wild brawl at a Queens strip club where she allegedly hurled a hookah and bottles of champagne at bartender sisters Rachel Wattley, 21, and Sarah Wattley, 23, at the jiggle joint.

Cardi is also accused of siccing members of her crew on the women because she believed one of the women had sex with her husband, Offset. Plus additional misdemeanor charges.

The Grammy winner on the other hand, stood on her grounds of innocence and rejected a plea deal back in April 2019.

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