On Sunday night, rapper Cardi B took her time on the stage at the 2019 BET Awards to expose her thoughts on her recent criminal indictment. Between her two songs, the "Press" rapper chanted "I ain't going to jail" multiple times. The crowd enthusiastically cheered as Cardi, 26, repeated the phrase several times, according to Yahoo.

The moment, which was posted on the BET Music official Twitter account, can be seen below.

The chant was a response to her June 21 indictment by a grand jury following an incident at a strip club in August 2018. According to Complex, the 14 charges include misdemeanor reckless endangerment, criminal solicitation, conspiracy, harassment, and assault, along with two felony attempted assaults with intent to cause serious physical injury. Allegedly, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper threw chairs, bottles and a hookah pipe towards bartenders. This behavior is said to have injured two of the employees.

In April, the "I Like It" rapper rejected a plea offer from the D.A.'s office in Queens, stating that she did not harm anyone during the alleged incident. Two women, who are sisters, claim they sustained injuries from the fight. They also said that the altercation began on Cardi's orders. Variety reports that after the events transpired, the siblings refused to undergo medical treatment for any injuries sustained at the Angels Strip Club.

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Pictured: Cardi B performs onstage during 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2018 Presented by Capital One at The Forum on November 30, 2018 in Inglewood, California. Getty Images/Matt Winkelmeyer