The bartender sisters who claim they were attacked by Cardi B and her crew have been banned from working at the Queens strip club where the brawl went down, their lawyer said Tuesday.
The curvy siblings, Baddie Gi and Jade, were pouring drinks at Angels Strip Club in Flushing on Aug. 29 when the “I Like It” rapper allegedly chucked a hookah pipe and drinking glasses at them because she thought one of them slept with her husband, rapper Offset, sources have said.
Members of Cardi’s crew, meanwhile, hurled chairs and bottles, leaving the sisters with injuries.
The siblings, whose real names are 21, and Sarah Wattley, 23, went to cops — and now are jobless as a result, their lawyer said.
“They were told they can’t work there because of the complaint they made against Cardi B,” their lawyer, Joe Tacopina, told The Post. “They have text messages [that] say that from the club.”
Tacopina denied that either of the sisters slept with Offset.
The Wattleys have threatened to sue Cardi over the showdown.
The Bronx-born star turned herself into police Monday and was charged with two counts of reckless endangerment and one count of third-degree assault.
She’ll appear in Queens criminal court Oct. 29.