Cardi B may not need extra press, however that’s exactly what she’s getting after losing her new tune video.
On Wednesday, the rapper released the killer visuals for her modern single, “Press,” which start with a horny ménage à trois scene that quick turns violent when Cardi, 26, pulls out a handgun.

The Jora Frantzis-directed clip then follows Cardi as she goes via all of the levels of a tribulation, from being introduced into an interrogation room to strolling into the courthouse and eventually appearing in court docket in front of judges. After the lighting fixtures exit within the court and chaos ensues, the witnesses are shown to be lifeless and Cardi is whisked away to prison, in which she ends up drowning her cellmate of their rest room bowl.

Throughout the video, Cardi is likewise proven completely nude (however with her nipples and genitalia digitally removed) in an empty lot with a fence around it. A bloodied Cardi leads a p.C. Of woman dancers, who are further nude, earlier than they’re all proven to be dead too.

Amid the release of the brand new tune video, Cardi has been embroiled in her personal actual-existence prison war. On Tuesday, she made an appearance in Queens County Criminal Court after being indicted with the aid of a grand jury over a strip club brawl she was worried in ultimate August.

Cardi is claimed to have ordered an assault on bartenders, recognized as Jade and Baddie G, at Angel’s Strip Club over her belief that Jade slept with Cardi’s husband, Offset (whom she stocks daughter, Kulture, eleven months, with) — and the indictment became formally unsealed on Tuesday.

A police spokesperson previously informed CNN that Cardi became allegedly “throwing chairs, bottles and hookahs within the club at three a.M.,” leaving both bartenders with accidents. NBC New York suggested Cardi was caught on digital camera tossing an ice bucket at the women.

Cardi was first of all best charged with misdemeanor counts of assault and reckless endangerment, but — after rejecting a plea deal in April — now faces 12 costs, including counts of felony attempted assault with intent to motive serious physical damage, in addition to crook solicitation, conspiracy and harassment for her part in the brawl, in keeping with the indictment.

Ahead of Tuesday’s listening to, Cardi’s attorney, Jeff Kern, did not right now go back PEOPLE’s request for comment, though he formerly told newshounds he was “privy to no evidence that she induced all of us any harm on that night. We assume that the matter is going to be resolved expeditiously.”

According to the Associated Press, the “I Like It” singer pleaded “not responsible” to the 12 fees and the subsequent court date is set for Sept. Nine, however she isn’t required to appear.

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