Cardi B reacts to her five Grammy nominations

Cardi B reacts to her five Grammy nominations

Queens Criminal Court Judge Scott Dunn agreed and allowed Cardi B to be released on her own recognizance.

United States rapper and hip hop artist Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, known professionally as Cardi B, appears at Queens criminal arraignment court on misdeameanor charges stemming from an alleged assault at a Queens strip club last summer.

Cardi B has reacted to her five Grammy nominations, making her one of the leading contenders for 2019 Grammy awards and she is elated.

But the judge deemed that unnecessary, saying she was not a flight risk.

Cardi B was charged with misdemeanor assault and reckless endangerment.

On August 29, Cardi B was in the Angels Strip Club in Queens when her group reportedly lobbed bottles, chairs and a hookah smoking device, which police said bruised a female employee in the legs.

Cardi, real name Belcalis Almanzar, will be hoping to finally take a gramophone home after receiving two nominations at the Grammys 2018 for best rap performance and best rap song, but failing to win one.

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Her lawyer has said she didn't harm anybody.

She's waiting to address the court right now.

No doubt the Grammy nominations have lifted Cardi's spirits after the rapper announced her split from her husband Offset this week.

The former couple are parents to daughter, Kulture, 4 months.

Cardi B has turned into one of the biggest new stars in U.S. music since the runaway success a year ago of her song "Bodak Yellow", which touches on her former life making ends meet as a stripper.

Inside Edition broke the good news to her as she left the courtroom in New York City. She won't find out how many Grammys she'll take home until February 10, 2019.

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