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In a recent episode of Revolt TV’s State of the Culture, Budden touched on the assault charges brought against Cardi B, which stem from an incident in August at the Angels Strip Club in Queens, New York. “With Cardi, when you Instasnap an emoji, what are you telling the fans and the police,” Budden asked when the hosts were discussing the rat emojis Cardi posted, after Nicki Minaj’s comments about Cardi allegedly ordering an attack on the two bartenders at Angels.
Judging by comments Offset left on an Instagram post of Budden’s, it seems like the 26-year-old has been waiting to run into Budden—and actually did, at a Barnes & Noble.
“I watched ya show u a grown ass nigga speaking on women I seen u in Barnes and u ran like I was gone do sum to you lol,” Offset wrote, adding in a second comment, “U a hoe ass Nigga soon u get touched u gone be police.”
Cardi B turned herself in to New York police on Oct. 1, and has since been charged with two misdemeanor counts of reckless endangerment and one misdemeanor count of assault. She has been ordered to appear in court on Oct. 29.