American rapper, Cardi B is going back to the law court, for allegedly assaulting, striking and spitting on a female security guard.
Though an eye witnesses is standing with the controversial rapper, and feels Cardi was the one wronged by the woman, named Emani Ellis, who filed the lawsuit against Cardi Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, for assault, battery and infliction of emotional distress.
According to the suit, Ellis was at work in Bev Hills on Feb. 24, 2018, when the encounter with Cardi reportedly occurred. Ellis alleges Cardi maliciously struck her in the head, face and body. Ellis, who says she's African-American, also claims Cardi spit on her and used profanities and racial slurs, according to TMZ.
This all went down in a medical building, and eyewitnesses tell us Cardi had just left an appointment, when the security guard approached Cardi trying to record video or take photos of her. We're told Cardi asked her to stop because she didn't want to be recorded in the doctor's office, during the time she was pregnant with her daughter, Kulture.