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Bartender Who Sparked Cardi B Investigation Fired From Strip Club Job can exclusively reveal the bartender who tipped New York City police off to the Cardi B brawl at Angels Gentleman's Club has lost her job at the popular jiggle joint.

According to a source, a bartender named Baddi Gi "got fired after this incident" and then "put a complaint in after that to police."

"About a week" after the incident, noted the source, "police showed up and asked for the footage."

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As reported, Cardi B turned herself into New York City police on Oct. 1 — over a month after she got into the strip club smackdown in Queens.

"It was an altercation that happened in the club where she was involved throwing chairs at bartenders," Cadet Serrata of the NYPD told of the 25-year-old new mom, who was charged with reckless endangerment and assault. She is due in court on October 29.

"The women came in here and started arguing for about 10 minutes," a security guard at Angels previously told "Once the women started arguing it, escalated into something different, and afterward it just got crazy."

"They were arguing about some guy, and who was cheating on who. Next thing you know, things were being thrown, glass was breaking. It wasn't cool." exclusively reported the hot-tempered star's violent outburst all began over a cheating scandal involving her rapper husband, Offset.

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