By David Brand
Hip-hop superstar Cardi B returns to Queens Criminal Court on April 19 to answer for her alleged involvement in a College Point strip club brawl.
The five-time Grammy nominee, whose real name is Belcalis Almánzar, made a brief court appearance in Queens Criminal Court on Jan. 31 for an update related to the misdemeanor assault charges against her.
Cardi allegedly directed associates to attack two bartenders at the club in August 2018. She accused them of having sex with her husband Offset, a member of the popular rap group Migos.
Attorney Jeffrey Kern represents the Bronx-born entertainer.