NME has reached out to representatives of Cardi B for comment.
Police reports say no emergency crews were called and no accident reports were taken at the scene of the crash.
Arnold claims he was at The Mark Hotel just after 2 AM on May 8-outside a Met Gala after-party-when Cardi walked out and shouted at him, "F*** outta here n****, I will slap the s*** out of you". "Defendant Offset then directed Mr. Arnold to 'shut up, bro, before a n-a beat you out here.' As Defendants Cardi B and Offset entered their waiting vehicle, they ordered the Unknown Assailants to attack Plaintiff". He didn't fight back and focused on protecting his body.
The man named Giovanni Arnold, who claimed he was beaten up by Offset and Cardi B's security after the Met Gala, has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the pair.
However, Cardi's team have alleged the man was very aggressive.
Shortly after the video spread, the New Yorker shared now-deleted tweets about the what went down while also explaining that she's "not obligated" to take photos with fans, especially in her delicate condition.
She admitted to shouting 'F*** Cardi, you ain't sh**!' after the star allegedly ignored her.
Footage of the scrap shows a clearly agitated Cardi telling someone off while on the other side of a glass door, but her audio can't be heard in the recording.