Grammy-winning musician Cardi B has been given a second chance to complete her community service after being attacked at a strip club.
The American rapper was ordered to appear before a judge in New York City on Tuesday for failing to perform 15 days of mandatory unpaid work as part of a plea deal.
heart bThe 30-year-old got into an altercation with a female bartender in 2018 after she accused a female bartender of having an affair with her husband, rapper Offset.
Last September, she pleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor assault.
Cardi B, real name Belcalis Almanzar, said after pleading guilty: “Part of growing up and maturing is taking responsibility for your actions.”
She appeared in Queens Criminal Court for a hearing dubbed a “compliance update.”
Wearing a tight white dress, a long white coat and matching sunglasses, she shared with her 149 million Instagram followers a picture of her arriving at court with her entourage.
The judge gave her until March 1 to complete community service.
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In a statement, her lawyer said the singer was “grateful” to be given the extra time.
“Personally and professionally, Cardi is committed to community service and philanthropy,” they said.
Cardi B and Offset reveal their situation “So happy” to welcome their second child in 2021.
She had filed for divorce in September 2020, but the suit was dismissed two months later.