Previously, Cardi B copped a plea deal in a case related to a fight that took place at a strip club. The rapper reportedly pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment and 3rd-degree assault and was issued 15 days of community service as a result. Now, the rapper has made another appearance in court after failing to start doing community service.
Cardi appeared at a courthouse in Queens, where a judge set March 1 as the expiration for when the rapper should have completed community service. The rapper reportedly did no hours of service, according to a representative for the Queens District Attorney.
A representative for the “WAP” rapper—Drew Findling, went on to say, “[Cardi] therefore appreciates the court giving her until March 1st to complete her community service commitment in Queens, New York.” Stay tuned for more updates.