A judge issued two protection orders, meaning the rapper must not go near or contact the women, including on social media.
Rapper Cardi B appears in court in Queens on December 7, 2018. A pair of sisters who are bartenders, Baddie Gi and Jade (real names Rachel Wattley, 21, and Sarah Wattley, 23), claim that Cardi B ordered her entourage to beat them up.
She was arrested and booked in October for assault and reckless endangerment. both misdemeanors.
She stood wordlessly with her hands clasped behind her back, before exiting with her lawyer through a throng of television cameras and photographers waiting outside and getting into a vehicle.
Cardi is due back in court in January, according to NBC New York.
The Bodak Yellow rapper is ending the week on a high after earning five Grammy nominations this year, including album of the year for her debut record Invasion of Privacy, record of the year for I Like It, best pop duo/group performance for Girls Like You with Maroon 5, best rap performance for Be Careful and best rap album.
Cardi B, her feet bare beneath a voluminous red Dolce & Gabbana gown, was seen leaving the party with what appeared to be a bump on her head.
Cardi, appearing to be over all of the spectacle surrounding the case, sticks out her tongue for the cameras.
Cardi rolled her eyes when prosecutors suggested bail be set at $2,500.
The former couple are parents to daughter, Kulture, 4 months.