Cardi B’s community service selfies also serve the exterior
“Celebrities really do have their way, don’t we,” said one Twitter user wrote. “Why don’t you pick up the trash? Give him jail time, he thinks it’s a joke,” another commented.
Cardi B was unable to complete the 15 days of community service in her original time frame, but in January a judge gave him an extension that ends on March 1st. His lawyer He told the New York Post reported in mid-January that the rapper continues to perform “community service” by speaking at events and donating money to his former high school in the Bronx.
He was sentenced to community service in September 2022 pleaded guilty on one count of third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment. Two sisters who worked at a strip club have accused Cardi B of attacking them with bottles and chairs after they were accused of having sex with her husband, rapper Offset.
“Part of growing up and being mature is being accountable for your actions,” Cardi B said in a statement to BuzzFeed News. That day he too tweeted photos himself in court with “Puuuurrrrrr”.
By admitting her mistakes and keeping her audience informed of her journey to justice, Cardi B is serving her time, her timeline, and her community.