Cardi B and Offset Sued by Fan Who Was Attacked by Bodyguards

Cardi B and Offset Sued by Fan Who Was Attacked by Bodyguards

Cardi B and Offset Sued by Fan Who Was Attacked by Bodyguards

Sources say Offset has already been released from the hospital and is expected to be alright.

A source told the site that the pregnant Cardi B rushed to his side after hearing the news. Offet's auto was towed away afterward.

She had also seemingly referenced her child's sex in a pre-Met Gala interview with The New York Times, sharing her baby's current weight.

He's likewise suing the three unidentified guards, the couple's administration organization and the Mark Hotel - in light of the fact that its own particular security monitors "observed inactively as the skirmish unfurled".

Arnold then said their bodyguards showed up and physically assaulted him. He later went to the hospital and said that he suffered from injuries to his face, neck, back and his body.

The FADER has reached out to Offset's representative for more information.

"When Mr. Arnold repeated his request, Cardi B turned to Plaintiff and threatened to "slap the s- outta" him".

The complaint continues, "As Defendants Cardi B and Offset entered their waiting vehicle, they ordered the Unknown Assailants to attack Plaintiff".

"Extremely heavy", is how Cardi characterized her outfit.

Beckford-Dawkins says she and friends spotted Cardi while the rapper was leaving the Fendi store at CityCenter on the Vegas strip.

She admitted to shouting 'F*** Cardi, you ain't sh**!' after the star allegedly ignored her. In a photo provided by TMZ, his auto looks to be totaled.

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