Cardi B, Hennessy Carolina and Michelle Diaz are facing a lawsuit over a Labor Day Weekend incident in New York.
According to a lawsuit filed in Suffolk County on Sept. 21 and obtained by Billboard, plaintiffs Peter Caliendo, Pauline Caliendo and Manuel Alarcon say that they were at a beach near Smith Point on Sept. 6 when the defendants parked and blocked Alarcon's vehicle. When Alarcon -- wearing a MAGA hat -- approached driver Diaz (who is Carolina's girlfriend), Carolina started filming the interaction and allegedly "shouting foul and threatening language and defamatory statements."
The suit claims that Carolina, who is Cardi B's sister, "sprayed her copious spittle upon said plaintiffs as she raged," and that she should know the dangers of that behavior during the coronavirus pandemic. They also accused her of using intimidating language against them such as the N-word, "racist," threatening "F--k these n----s before I bring my f-----g n----s to beat your f-----g a-- for real," and more. Per the suit, Carolina also told the plaintiffs she has "9.5 million followers" and then published the videos online.