Cardi B and Offset Sued by Man Assaulted After 2018 Met Gala

Cardi B and Offset Sued by Man Assaulted After 2018 Met Gala

Cardi B and Offset Sued by Man Assaulted After 2018 Met Gala

More ruckus: And on Wednesday it emerged that a chaotic scene ensued after Cardi B allegedly ignored fans asking for a selfie in a Las Vegas mall on April 25.

One person, who say they saw the crash, tweeted that another vehicle transported Offset to the hospital.

Cardi B reportedly rushed to her finance's side when she heard the news, but no police or emergency response teams were called to the scene of the accident. The man, named Giovanni Arnold, claims that after he asked for Cardi B and Offset's autographs, Cardi responded by saying " "Fuck outta here, n**a.

Arnold claims he approached the pregnant rapper outside Mark Hotel around 2 a.m. and she told him, "F-k outta here n-a, I will slap the s-t outta you".

Offset's muscle car crash

The group continues to dominate in hip-hop while he prepares for his wedding to fellow rap superstar Cardi B. Offset is the father of three children from previous relationships - two sons, Jordan and Kody, and a daughter Kalea Marie.

The lawsuit claims Arnold tries to de-escalate the situation, but three bodyguards attacked him "within seconds". The man then says he was yelled at by Offset, who reportedly shouted, "Shut up, bro, before a nigga beat you out here".

As per court papers, Arnold was taken to the healing center for wounds to his "face, neck, back and body" and trusts he will be "forever incapacitated and deformed and caused to endure nonstop physical and mental torment and bother".

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

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