Cardi B and Hennessy Carolina’s defamation case against them for allegedly calling MAGA supporters racist has been dismissed by a judge.
A New York trial court has rejected a defamation, assault, and battery case filed against Cardi B and her sister, Hennessey Carolina, in connection with an incident in the Hamptons in September 2020.
Hennessy and her friends were at Smith Point Beach, according to TMZ, when things went bad. They came across other beachgoers at the beach, one of whom was wearing a MAGA hat.
After Hennessy labeled the group “racist, MAGA sympathizers,” three people claimed Hennessy spit on one of them, and things escalated from there.
Cardi B, who was not present, turned to Twitter to defend her sister. “Nooooo, that giant pink man was pestering my sister’s girlfriend to move her car for no reason,” she tweeted. When she pulled out her phone, Two women were being harassed! You’re going to get the proper fu**in one!”
Hennessey and her buddy were singled out by the group because they are both Afro-Hispanic and lesbian, according to Cardi. While both parties leveled numerous complaints, the judge concluded that the racist claims were broad insults that did not amount to the level of defamation.
Furthermore, sources suggest that the spitting accusation is not the same as assault and violence. If spit flew from Hennessy’s mouth, the judge noted, there was no evidence she intended to harm any of the plaintiffs. It should also be recognized that the plaintiffs never claimed Hennessy intended to do so.
The Almánzar sisters have been silent regarding the case’s dismissal, although they have been active on social media. Summer Walker’s longer version of the song “No Love,” featuring SZA, was celebrated by Hennessy. Please leave a comment and let us know what you think about this situation, roommates.