Cardi B arrived to Queen Country Criminal Court in New York City on Friday for an arraignment hearing on misdemeanor charges.

The rapper and former "Love & Hip Hop: New York" star, who also received five Grammy Award nominations on Friday, was accused in August of throwing bottles and chairs at two bartenders at Angels Gentleman's Club.

The judge threatened to issue a warrant for Cardi B's arrest if she did not appear in court.

The rapper was previously scheduled to make a court appearance on Monday.

Cardi B, who wore a black coat, hat and sunglasses, was approached by multiple photographers as she entered into the courthouse.

The judge released her with no bail and gave her a warning to have no contact with the bartenders, issuing a protective order, TMZ reported.

Cardi B is scheduled to return to court next month.