Baddie Gi & Jade Receive An Order Of Protection Against Cardi B
Cardi B appears in court for her alleged strip club brawl. Judge issues an order of protection for Baddie Gi and Jade. Get the scoop.
Cardi B appeared in court on Friday for the arraignment in her strip club brawl case involving sisters, Baddie G and Jade.
The raptress was charged with misdemeanor reckless endangerment and assault after she allegedly had her goons swoop down on the sisters because she suspected one of them was having an affair with Offset.
Cardi missed her scheduled court date on Monday, November 3 (because she was in Miami shooting a music video), so the judge gave her an extension to appear this morning.
In court, Cardi B’s attorney maintained her innocence saying she didn’t harm anyone in the melee where chairs, bottles and hookah water pipes were thrown.
The prosecutor asked that the rapper’s bail is set at $2,500, but the judge released her without bail because he doesn’t consider her to be a flight risk.
However, he did issue an order of protection for Baddie G and Jade that forbids Cardi B from having any contact with them – including threats or comments about the sisters on social media.
Kulture’s mama is scheduled to return to court next month.
It appears Baddie G and Jade are now Barbz after appearing in Nicki Minaj‘s “Good Form” video.