Cardi B Wants To Change 'Aggressive Behavior' For Kulture Following Her Police Arrest

Cardi B Wants to Change 'Aggressive Behavior' for Kulture Following Her Police Arrest
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Cardi B had an epiphany after surrendering herself to the NYPD on October. However, it seems that things are starting to escalate a little bit.

As reported by Hollywood Life, the Migos member was worried for their daughter, Kulture, after Cardi B's hot temper led to her allegedly ordering an attack against two bartenders in New York in August and then her police surrender on the aforementioned date.

Now, after owning up to her alleged ambush against Baddie Gi and Jade - the Angels Strip Club bartender whom Cardi B reportedly thought had slept with Offset - the "I Like It" singer can think clearly. "Cardi definitely had a reality check that she needs to change her aggressive behavior as soon as she turned herself into police," a source close to Cardi told the publication. "Cardi has never been afraid to speak her mind, even if that means she gets physical at times."

By "physical," TMZ suggests about how Cardi B's entourage reportedly came after the bartender sisters with "bottles, chairs and a hookah smoking device." And then there was the brawl at the September 10 Harper's Bazaar ICONS party, where the "Bodak Yellow" rapper chucked a shoe at rival Nicki Minaj.

The source now claims that Cardi B will vent her anger in a healthier way. "But she came to a harsh realization when getting fingerprinted and a mug shot taken," the insider said. "She understands now that lashing out at others is not worth the risk of doing time in jail."

The change of heart is mostly for one person. "Cardi is beyond obsessed with being an amazing mother to Kulture and the thought of being away from her daughter for any amount of time is unfathomable," the tipster adds.

"She knows she has to be a better mom and change her ways if she wants to be around for her daughter." Offset would agree definitely. After all, he feared for Cardi B's "anger management issues" after she became a mother, a new role she took on after welcoming Kulture on July 10.

Joe Tacopina, who is the lawyer for the bartenders, called the attacks "vicious" and told the media: "Cardi B ordered and committed violent assaults against my clients, and is being called to justice for her crimes. Apparently, she thinks her celebrity status puts her above the law, since she has bragged to multiple people and on social media that she orchestrated these vicious attacks."

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