Cardi B seems to be enjoying herself as she fulfills her court-ordered community service hours.
The rapper shared a mirror selfie on Twitter on February 24 announcing that she was on her way to complete her 15 community service hours. Despite having to wake up early, Cardi appeared to be in good spirits, captioning the photo with a playful remark about being the cause of her own trouble.
Cardi reportedly attended a Girls Talk Program mentoring event for children at the New York City Police Department police academy in Queens, NY, later that day. The event featured the “W.A.P.” rapper performing her verse from GloRilla’s hit single “Tomorrow 2,” and those in attendance hyped her up in support.
On February 25, Cardi took to Twitter to reflect on her experience with community service, calling it a spiritual journey. She shared that she often leaves the centers in tears, but that it has been the best thing that has ever happened to her. Cardi believes that the people left behind in these centers just need someone to talk to and a little encouragement, and that individuals like herself have the power to change their lives forever.
Community service has been the best thing that has happened to me. Almost like a spiritual journey because sometimes I leave these centers in tears .Those people that we leave behind they just need somebody to talk and a lil push and YOU might be able to change their life forever
According to TMZ, Cardi B’s community service hours were part of a plea deal she entered last September, in which she pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment. The charges stemmed from a 2018 incident in which she was accused of ordering individuals to attack two women in a New York City club who had allegedly slept with her husband, Offset. As part of her sentence, Cardi was also placed on a three-year order of protection for the two victims.