Cardi B surrendered to police in New York on Monday morning, according to NBC Channel 4 News. The rapper will not be arrested but will be ordered to appear in court for her role in an August strip club fight, according to a report in TMZ and other outlets.
The rapper turned herself in at the Flushing precinct in the New York City borough of Queens before 10 a.m., according to Channel 4. Her face was covered by several umbrellas as she left a vehicle and walked inside; she did not respond to reporters’ questions.
Sources told the TMZ that Cardi will be charged for allegedly ordering an attack on two bartenders, sisters Jade and Baddie Gi, at Angels Strip Club in the New York City borough of Queens on August 29. The women were reportedly injured but declined medical treatment.
According to the report, Cardi, who performed at the Global Citizen Festival in New York’s Central Park on Saturday, will be charged with two misdemeanors for reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct but will not be arrested when she surrenders; she will receive a summons to appear in court.