Cardi B Finds Out She's Nominated for Grammys While Leaving Court
Inside Edition broke the good news to her.
As Cardi B was facing the music in court Friday, her name was being announced during the Grammy nominations.
Inside Edition broke the good news to her as she left the courtroom in New York City.
"I am?" she said. "How many nominations?"
Cardi B was nominated in five categories: Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Rap Album, Best Rap Performance and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. The awards will be held on Feb. 10, 2019.
In August, Cardi B was charged with assault and reckless endangerment over a brawl at a New York strip club. Police said she threw chairs and bottles during the fight in Flushing, Queens.
It was reported the melee may have been the result of a romantic dispute over Cardi B's husband, Offset. The couple has since broken up.
At the time, her attorney said he was not aware of any evidence that Cardi B "caused anybody any harm."
She was due to appear in court for an arraignment on Monday but missed it because she was in Miami filming a music video. A judge said if she failed to show up again, he would issue an arrest warrant.
The rapper arrived at court surrounded by security. She pulled a hat over her rainbow-colored hair and waited at the security checkpoint to be scanned inside.
Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, was released on her own recognizance. She is due back in court next month.
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