The "Money" emcee recently hopped online addressing rumors that she filed a lawsuit against her Quality Control management company.
The Invasion of Privacy rapper called claims that she filed a countersuit against her management company "big f*cking lies." She wrote, "This is sooo scary who come up with this? Don't ya know we family! Anyways TWERK record is #29 on billboards and Offset album coming soon and is beautiful."
Quality Control CEO Pierre 'P' Thomas took to social media with smoke for online blogs responsible for reporting news of the alleged suit.
According to The Blast, Giovonni Arnold, a fan of Cardi B and her estranged husband Offset, reportedly filed a lawsuit against the couple after he was allegedly assaulted for asking for an autograph outside of the Mark hotel after the Met Gala.
Per court docs obtained by The Blast, Cardi urged for all charges against her to be thrown out "due to Arnold's own negligence on the day in question. "The emcee also reportedly claimed that any injuries sustained by Arnold were "sustained by Arnold himself."
The Blast also accused Cardi of filling a counter-suit against QC alleging all "wrongful conduct" was a result of QC and the Mark Hotel's negligence.
The popular news site posted an alleged copy of the counter suit and proclaimed, "legal documents do not lie."
Click here to check out the original report, as well as the alleged receipts obtained by The Blast.
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