AceShowbiz - 6ix9ine's girlfriend is speaking out. Jade, who is reportedly one of the victims in Cardi b's strip club brawl case, has turned to social media to share her response after the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker reminded everyone that she didn't hire men to beat up women.
On Friday, September 16, Jade, whose real name is Rachel Wattley, hopped in a comment section of Hollywood Unlocked's Instagram post about Cardi debunking reports that she pleaded guilty to all assault charges, including sending men to beat up two women during altercation which took place at a strip club in Queens in 2018. Reacting to Cardi's social media gesture, Jade wrote, "It's in black & white …. you can retweet whatever you want , [but] you can't get rid of the facts !"
The tweet that was retweeted by Cardi earlier on Friday read, "The narrative that Cardi plead guilty to sending men to beat up the twins is a lie." The post went on, "She pleads guilty to assault in the third degree and reckless endangerment in the second degree for throwing buckets. Nowhere is it stated Cardi sent a man, it was two females who were also at court."
This wasn't the first time Jade blasted Cardi's social media post about the case. Last September, Jade called out the "WAP" femcee for her shady retweet insinuating she "lied" in the club brawl lawsuit. "A lie? Don't put words in my mouth! Everybody knows the truth including your husband. Let's not take it there," she wrote, before warning Cardi, "Don't retweet anything about me or a case that's far from over!"
Cardi was charged with a string of misdemeanors and two felony counts of attempted assault with intent to cause serious injury for allegedly attacking Jade and her sister Baddie Gi during the 2018 brawl.
The 29-year-old musician, according to the Queens district attorney's office, pleaded guilty to assault in the third degree and reckless endangerment in the second degree on Thursday, September 15. She was given the sentence by the judge, who also gave a three-year full order of protection for the two victims involved in the case, along with their court fees.
In a statement, the "WAP" hitmaker urged the importance of "being accountable" and a good example to her children with rapper Offset, four-year-old daughter Kulture and 12-month-old Wave.
Cardi wrote, "Part of growing up and maturing is being accountable for your actions. As a mother, it's a practice that I am trying to instill in my children, but the example starts with me. I've made some bad decisions in my past that I am not afraid to face and own up to."
"These moments don't define me and they are not reflective of who I am now. I'm looking forward to moving past this situation with my family and friends and getting back to the things I love the most - the music and my fans," Cardi added.