After encountering the Gi sisters in real life, she allegedly ordered members of her posse to attack them.
Hit American rapper Cardi B surrendered to police in NY on Monday to answer charges of assault stemming from a brawl in a strip-club during the summer, police said. It stems from an August 29 incident at Angels Strip Club in Flushing, N.Y., during which two bartenders, sisters Jade and Baddie Gi, claim they were assaulted by Cardi B's posse.
A Queens District Attorney spokesperson told CNN a court date in the case is scheduled for October 29. She was fingerprinted and ordered to take a mugshot, TMZ reports. Details surrounding the fight is still sketchy, but there are some allegations that Cardi B thinks that the two ladies were having an affair with her husband Offset and send her goons to beat them up over it.
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Cardi B and fellow rapper Nicki Minaj made headlines in September after the two got into a fight that was captured on video and shared on social media during a New York Fashion Week party, continuing an ongoing feud. The attack was "spontaneous" and was triggered after someone threw a drink. She allegedly told her associates to attack the women with bottles and chairs. It also shows her throwing one of her shoes at Minaj. Both women sought medical attention and reported the incident to police.