Cardi B made an unusually quiet appearance Friday in Queens Supreme Court, where she’s fighting charges that she brawled with two bartenders last year.
The typically loquacious rapper, 26, showed up to the courthouse in a belted fuchsia pantsuit, matching stiletto nails, pink Louboutin heels and a beige bag.
The routine hearing attracted a throng of photographers and reporters — on the same day Cardi dropped her media-hating single, “Press,” in which she gripes about being the center of attention.
She shrugged after a fan quipped, “Is this what you meant by no press?” as she went through security, surrounded by court officers and her bodyguards.
In court, a judge continued an order of protection against the bartenders, sisters Rachel and Sarah Wattley, and set her next date as Aug. 9.
The “Money” rapper is facing misdemeanor assault and reckless endangerment charges for allegedly tossing a hookah and bottles of booze at the sisters at Angles strip club in Flushing last August.