Cardi B‘s model sister and influencer, Hennessy Carolina, has surprised her millions of Instagram followers by posting her most steamy picture yet.
Hennessy Carolina, famous for her killer curves and gorgeous face, is very popular on the site. She often shares very provocative pictures in lingerie, revealing dresses, and bikinis while promoting well-known brands.
She sometimes posts photos with her girlfriend, Michelle Diaz. However, as of recently, she has up her game, thanks to Rihanna.
The New Yorker is an official model for RiRi’s Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty lingerie brand. Hennessy Carolina, who is determined to please her boss and clients, leaves nothing to the imagination in skimpy bodysuits and alluring lingeries, where she almost shows too much.
The move to be an ambassador for Rihanna comes after it was revealed that Cardi B and her younger sister were recently involved in legal troubles.
A couple of people filed a lawsuit against them, claiming that they were verbally assaulted by the famous rapper and her sibling in September.
According to the three accusers, Manuel Alarcon, Peter Caliendo, and Pauline Caliendo, they had a peaceful outing near Smith Point Beach on Long Island when Hennessy Carolina, her partner, model Michelle Diaz and the “WAP” rapper noticed the Trump flag on their car and the MAGA hat on Alarcon’s head and rushed to attack them.
Following the incident, the lawyer of the plaintiffs, John Ray, stated that his clients were just quietly enjoying a Sunday at the beach when Hennessy Carolina “suddenly approached them, raging, spitting, insulting, assaulting, defaming and threatening them, all the while videotaping them because one of them wore a MAGA hat.”
The lawsuit went on to say that Hennessy Carolina “knew or should have known that her spraying of spittle upon Plaintiffs at a time when a COVID-19 virus infection was a nation-wide threat to all persons in the U.S., was assaulting, threatening and intimidating to said, Plaintiffs.”
“These peaceful Suffolk County residents were quietly enjoying a Sunday at the Smith Point beach with their families, when rap celebrity Hennessy Carolina suddenly approached them, raging, spitting, insulting, assaulting, defaming and threatening them, all the while videotaping them because one of them wore a MAGA hat,” their attorney Ray said in a press release Monday.
In addition, the allegedly assaulted people claimed that Cardi B and her company then edited the footage and shared it on social media to present them and their families as “N…s and as racists.”
The attorney explained that his clients were suing the celebrities because “Real threats of harm were made” and that now they lived in fear for their lives since their reputations were ruined.
In the suit, Hennessy Carolina is also accused of behaving inappropriately with her spitting on the beachgoers with the ongoing pandemic crisis.
Furthermore, Caliendo stated that his 8-year-old granddaughter, who was present during the altercation, was left “traumatized” because the little girl could not understand why they were being screamed at.