Cardi B had to go back before the judge in her strip club beating case because she hadn’t started the community service that was part of her plea deal. Now she has a new deadline.
The “WAP” rapper went to court on Tuesday in Queens. The judge gave Cardi until March 1 to finish her sentence, which includes 15 days of community service.
Cardi made a fashion statement in court by wearing a big fur coat over a tight dress, walking around in Louboutin heels, and covering her eyes with Christian Dior sunglasses.
Drew Findling, who is Cardi’s agent, told TMZ “Cardi is committed to helping her community both in her personal and professional life. She is glad that the court in Queens, New York, gave her until March 1 to finish the community service she had to do.”
Cardi will do community service this week, we’ve been told.
Remember … Cardi was accused of ordering an attack on 2 strip club bartenders, Jade and Baddie Gi, way back in August 2018 … and she was arrested and booked a few months later for her alleged role in the strip club fight.