Cardi B pleaded not guilty to two counts of felony attempted assault and various lesser charges stemming from a New York strip club brawl during her arraignment in Queens Criminal Court on Tuesday.
The Grammy-winning rapper, who was born Belcalis Almanzar, reportedly ignored reporters outside the court but greeted a small crowd of fans
The charges stem from an alleged attack on two bartending sisters at the Flushing Queens nightclub last August.
Cardi B is accused of causing harm to the bartenders when chairs, bottles and hookah pipes were thrown in the brawl, which was caught on video.
Cardi B was arrested in October, and the court has order her to keep away from the girls.
The rapper was indicted on 12 charged in her absence in court last week. Her two co-defendants were also arraigned on Tuesday.
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