Cardi B turned herself into the police over strip club fight

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It looks like Cardi B can't escape the drama. The rapper surrendered to police on Monday, October 1, at the 109th Police Precinct in Queens, New York, in connection to a fight that took place inside a strip club in August.

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According to TMZCardi will be ordered to appear in court on charges of ordering an attack on two bartenders at Angel's Strip Club in College Point. The two sisters, named Jade and Baddie G, are claiming the "I Like It" rapper had her friends confront them at their workplace.

The feud between the sisters and Cardi allegedly stemmed from the rapper believing that one of them had been involved with her husband, Offset. Although Cardi has turned herself in, she won't be arrested, but instead she will receive a summons to appear in court at a later date.

Cardi walked into the precinct in a stylish white blouse and beige pencil skirt.

She walked in surrounded by her legal team, and her security had her covered by umbrellas to avoid the media. One photographer shouted, "Do you think this is going to teach you a lesson about violence, Cardi?" Yikes.


Cardi was all smiles as she left the precinct.

Cardi was all smiles as she left the precinct.

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The rapper, whose real name is Belcalis Almánzar, will most likely be charged with reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct after police said she ordered the attack on the two women. 


Who else looks this glamorous on their way to a precinct?

Soon after turning herself in, Cardi shared a short clip of herself in her blonde wig, and she looked like the definition of unbothered. 

The sisters claim they have been receiving threats.

Back in August, Jade and Baddie Gi went to the police to launch an investigation after they said they were attacked by five of Cardi's people and suffered severe injuries. Jade, who claims she'd been receiving threats from the rapper for allegedly sleeping with Offset, says she was attacked, her hair was pulled, she was punched, and she was hit with an ashtray. During the August 15 incident, both sisters say that bottles and chairs were thrown at them inside the club. Their lawyer, Joe Tacopina, said at the time that both of his clients would file police reports following the incident. Neither of them has said that Cardi physically harmed them. 


Cardi's friend Remy Roja previously addressed the altercation on Instagram Live and took the blame.

One of Cardi's close friends took to IG Live in September to talk about the fight. She claimed that the two bartenders were taunting Cardi and attempting to get a reaction out of her, but instead, it was Remy who jumped to defend her friend. In the video, Remy said one of the girls was talking to Offset and blew kisses at Cardi and said the rapper couldn't "tame" her. 

This isn't the first time Cardi has been involved in a violent altercation.

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The rapper caused quite the media frenzy when she attacked fellow artist Nicki Minaj at the Harper's Bazaar Icons party during New York Fashion Week in September, throwing a stiletto shoe at Nicki. 

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