The “B” should represent busy.
Rapper Cardi B has convinced a Queens judge to give her more time to do the community service she was sentenced to perform in connection with an assault at a strip club.
The Bronx-born chart-topper was in court on Tuesday, four months after she pleaded guilty to her role in a bottle-throwing attack at the Angels Strip Club in College Point in August 2018.
Judge Michelle Johnson gave Cardi, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, until March 1 to complete her sentence.
The appearance at Queens Criminal Court was another runway opportunity for the fast-rap fashionista, who showed up in a hip-hugging, all-white dress topped off by a white fur coat.
The plea agreement allowed Grammy Award winner Cardi B to avoid jail time on assault and reckless endangerment charges. because of a violent dispute with the bartenders, sisters Jade and Baddie Gi.
Authorities said “Bodak Yellow” rapper Cardi B, 30, was one of about 10 people involved in the riot.
She was sentenced to 15 days of community service. If she does not complete the service before her new due date, she will have to serve 15 days in jail.
She also agreed to stay away from the victims.
“Part of growing up and maturing is being responsible for your actions,” Cardi B said in a statement when she was sentenced.
Two co-defendants have also pleaded guilty.
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