Cardi B reportedly ordered attack on bartender at strip club, who she claims slept with husband Offset
The two bartender sisters claim that Cardi's posse attacked them on two separate occassion after Cardi accused one of them of sleeping with her husband Offset.
Cardi B is being accused of ordering an attack on two bartenders -- Jade and her sister Baddie G, who say they will approach the cops for conducting a formal criminal investigation, TMZ reports. According to the report, Jade, who works as a bartender along with her sister at the Angels Strip Club in Queens, NYC, said that she's received several threats from Cardi B over the past few months and was attacked by Cardi's posse. The 'Bodak Yellow' rapper allegedly accused Jade of sleeping with her husband and the father of her child, Offset of Migos.
Jade claims Cardi B has threatened her with violence over Instagram on several occasions. She also said that Baddie G and herself had an encounter with Cardi B at an Atlanta hotel in June and the rapper continued to accuse her of sleeping with Offset before threatening them with violence. Jade reportedly denied Cardi's allegations and says she has never been intimate with Offset.
According to the TMZ report, Jade said that on August 15, she got a warning that Cardi B would send people over to beat her up. Later that night at Angel's Strip Club in Queens, Jade claims five of Cardi B's associates ruthlessly attacked her, grabbing her hair, punching her and hitting her with an ashtray, causing "serious damage."
On Wednesday, (August 29), Jade and Baddie G said that they had yet another face-to-face encounter with Cardi at the strip club. The sisters claim that Cardi B's posse attacked them by throwing bottles and chairs at them which led them to "seek medical attention."
Neither women have claimed that Cardi B touched them in any way but they did claim that Cardi yelled, "I'm blood, I'll f**k you b**ches up!" in reference to her alleged membership to the notorious Bloods gang.
The two women have reportedly hired lawyer Joe Tacopina to represent them. According to the report, Tacopina said that the two women are filing a police report and Cardi B will be named. He's also reportedly mulling over filing a lawsuit against Cardi and others involved in the incident.