Cardi B Gets Extension On Community Service

Cardi B has a second chance to complete all of her community service hours of 15 days which she failed to complete after pleading guilty to sending goons after two bartenders in her August 2018 assault case.

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According to reports, the “Money” artist has until March 1 to complete the community service order and will start her community service this week. Cardi’s attorney, Drew Findling, also said the New York native is dedicated to community service and has started through charity events.

However, the rapper completed the stay-away order for bartenders Jade and Baddie Gi following the 2018 brawl, which she was later indicted for in 2019.

BREAKING: Cardi B Pleads Guilty To Hiring Goons In 2018 Assault Case; Set To Do 15 Days Of Community Service

Looks like Cardi B attempted to turn over a new leaf and put the past behind her. The Bronx rapper pleaded guilty in a 2018 assault case and was sentenced to 15 days of community service.

Cardi B has officially pleaded guilty to two charges in a twelve-count indictment for allegedly harassing two sisters in 2018. According to reports, Cardi B pleaded guilty to assault, admitting to paying a friend $5k for the harassment. 

Furthermore, Cardi was charged with assault in the third degree and reckless endangerment in the second. The other charges in the 12-count indictment were dropped.

The “Hot Shit” rapper is known for winning court cases. However, the mother of two is still receiving backlash after being sentenced to only 15 days of community service. 

Cardi was also spotted in Queens at a back-to-school event for the community to start her community service hours.  

In addition, the “WAP” rapper has yet to make a statement regarding her charges but has shown off her court looks on Twitter. 

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