Cardi B sued for alleged fan beating
Cape Town - On Wednesday night Cardi B was allegedly served a “true copy” of a lawsuit in which a fan claims he was beat up by security guards while trying to get the rapper’s autograph.
As reported by The Blast, the Money rapper was served with the papers in New York as she walked in to film her new Netflix series, upcoming hip-hop competition show Rhythm + Flow.
According to The Hollywood Reporter the show was announced last year, with Cardi B, Chance The Rapper and TI serving as judges.
In a video posted by The Blast, Cardi can be seen joking around with photographers before a man holds out the lawsuit papers and drops them in front of her.
Offset and Cardi B are both involved in the lawsuit.
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Hollywood.com reported that Offset was served his papers in August last year. According to TMZ the alleged incident took place on 8 May when a fan named Giovanni Arnold tried to get an autograph from Cardi but was then attacked by three bodyguards.
Giovanni was taken to hospital and claims he suffered injuries to his face, neck, back and body.