Cardi B Demands Her Trial Be Moved To a Later Date. Check Out Why.
Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar popularly known as Cardi B is an American professional rapper, singer, songwriter, and actress. The 28-year-old rapper is still celebrating the birth of her second child with her husband offset.
The couple exchanged vows back in 2017 and welcomed their first daughter the following year. Four years later they are celebrating another addition to the family after Cardi B recently gave birth to their first son back in August.
Amidst the celebration, Cardi B is now believed to be seeking the extension of her court hearing that was scheduled for next month because of her newborn. The case against the Bronx native was opened four years ago by a certain Kevin Brophy.
Kevin Brophy is known to be asking for a 5 million dollar compensation because his image was used on the rapper's album cover art without his permission. Brophy claims that the picture used on the mixtape ruined his life by changing people's perspectives about him.
According to TMZ Cardi B claims it will be almost impossible for her to travel one month after giving birth not to mention she will be exposing herself to the COVID-19 virus. She is reportedly demanding a 75-day extension with the well-being of her newborn in mind.
The judge has, however, not responded to her request but there is a huge possibility Kevin Brophy will have to wait a little longer. He will, however, be all smiles if he gets his way given that he will be receiving close to a quarter of the rapper's net worth.
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