New York – Cardi B has pleaded guilty plea agreement in a case that stems from the crowd at the strip club in New York last fall.
WNBC says the rapper did not talk to reporters before or after a three-day court appearance on Friday. But fans got closer to how much they could see her.
She will return to the court for misdemeanor offenses and charges for the attack next month.
The police say Cardi B, whose real name Belcalis Almanzar, and her escort, were in the club when she fought with the bar.
They say there was a quarrel in which cast chairs, bottles and narghiles were thrown, slightly injuring a woman and another employee.
Her lawyer said he did not hurt anyone.
One fan, 19-year-old Brian Minor, came from the second part of the Queen to see the star that waved her, according to New York Daily News.
"You would not let her approach her, but I was shaking," Minore told the newspaper after Cardi went in a white suit. "I love so much, so long I plan this day."