Cardi B admitted yesterday to counts of assault and reckless endangerment related to a dispute that occurred in a Queens strip club in 2018.

Cardi B admitted guilt on Thursday to the charges related to a brawl that occurred in a New York strip club in 2018. She and her squad were accused by two club employees of abusing them over claims that they had slept with her husband Offset. The rapper from the Bronx was given a 15-day community service requirement. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Rapper Cardi B admitted Monday to misdemeanor charges stemming from a fight at a Queens strip club in 2018.

The Grammy-winning rapper, whose actual name is Belcalis Marlenis Almnzar, surrendered to New York City police in October 2018 after an altercation at the Angels Strip Club, according to two club employees who claimed the singer and her entourage attacked them. At the time, CNN reported the incident.

According to a police complaint received by Buzzfeed News , the workers, named as siblings Jade and Baddie Gi, claimed Cardi B’s team beat them with bottles and chairs over claims that they had sex with the rapper’s husband, Offset. According to Reuters, Cardi B entered a not-guilty plea to felony assault charges in connection with the strip club altercation in June 2019.

Cardi B admitted guilt to two counts of second-degree reckless endangerment and third-degree assault on Thursday, while ten further charges were dropped, according to The Guardian . She was ordered to perform community service for 15 days. She was also required to pay the women’s court costs and to keep her distance from them for three years.

Being responsible for your acts is a part of developing and growing up, according to the Bronx-born musician. As a mother, I’m attempting to establish this behavior in my kids, but I must set a good example first.

She said, “I’ve made some stupid decisions in the past, but I’m not scared to face them and accept responsibility. “These experiences don’t define me, and they don’t represent who I am right now. With my family and friends, I’m eager to move past this circumstance and return to what I love most: making music and connecting with my fans.”

In reaction to Cardi B’s plea, Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz stated that her office is “happy with the result” and argued that the community service sentence was “appropriate.”

Katz stated on Twitter that “no one is above the law.” “Ms. Belcalis Almanzar and two co-defendants have accepted responsibility for their crimes by entering a plea of guilty today.”