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Cardi B found herself in the spotlight once more over a fight, this time involving a pair of bartenders at a Queens strip Club. Jade and Baddie Gi claim the Invasion Of Privacy artist ordered an attack on them, with Cardi eventually turning herself in.
Sources familiar with the case tell TMZ, Cardi will be charged for allegedly ordering an attack on 2 bartenders at Angels Strip Club in Queens NY. The 2 bartenders — Jade and Baddie Gi — say Cardi had a long-standing beef with Jade because Cardi believed she had slept with Offset.
Cardi — who was at the Strip Club because Migos was performing — came face-to-face with the 2 bartenders and allegedly told her posse to attack them with bottles and chairs. The 2 women were both badly hurt and required medical care.
We’re told Cardi will likely be charged with 2 misdemeanors — reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct. She will not be arrested when she turns herself in … she will get a summons to appear in court on the charges.
The alleged attack took place on Aug. 15, and the rumor mill initially put it out there that Offset was sleeping with Baddie Gi. Jade and Baddie Gi are reportedly sisters and has hired legal representation to file a lawsuit against Cardi B for the alleged attack.
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Young Thug has been released from jail but it will take some further finessing to get his full freedom back. Thugger still faces some serious charges for one of several arrests.
On September 11 the man known as “Sex” turned himself into DeKalb County police in Georgia. Local authorities issued a warrant for the rapper stating he was wanted on eight felonies. These crimes range from possession and intent to distribute amphetamine, Alprazolam (Xanax), codeine and carrying an unregistered firearm.
The charges stem from a September 2017 arrest where Jefferey was pulled over for illegally tinted windows. During a search cops found a couple ounces of marijuana, a buffet of the aforementioned drugs and about $50,000 in cash.
Bossip reports that Thugger appeared in court yesterday (September 13) and it seems his legal team is worth every penny of their retainer. Prosecutors advocated that he stay behind bars until his trial concludes but the judge granted him bail of $100,000 which he posted later that day.
His legal problems do not end there, though. On August 17 the “Stoner” rapper was arrested at his own listening event for his latest project Slime Language. Apparently, his driver crashed into a police vehicle prompting a search of their car. According to the police documents several weapons were uncovered.
Young Thug faces heavy time if convicted on all counts.