Cardi B Gets Community Service Extension, Appears In Court

The Bronx rapper has yet to complete her required 15 days of service.

Cardi B appeared in front of a judge after failing to complete community service following her plea deal after pleading guilty to third-degree assault and reckless endangerment back in September 2022 for an incident she was involved in.

According to TMZ, the “WAP” artist made her way to a courthouse in Queens, NY, on Tuesday (Jan. 17) where the judge granted her an extension to complete her 15 days of community service by Mar. 1.

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A representative for the Queens District Attorney confirmed that Cardi’s initial community service deadline was for Jan. 17, but she has yet to complete any of her required hours.

“Personally and professionally, Cardi is dedicated to community service and charitable endeavors,” said Drew Findling, who represents the artist.

In 2018, the 30-year-old was accused of ordering an attack on two bartenders at a gentlemen’s club and was later arrested for her alleged role in the altercation.

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