YouTuber Latasha "Tasha K" Kebe was ordered to pay Cardi B over $4 million after the "Up" rapper's successful defamation lawsuit against her. However, she now says she doesn't have the necessary funds.
Cardi B scored a significant win in court last month when a judge awarded her roughly $4 million in her defamation case against blogger Tasha K--$1.5 million in punitive damages, $1 million for pain and suffering, $1,338,753.47 in litigation expenses, $500,000 for reimbursement for legal fees, and $25,000 for Cardi's medical fees.
Following the defamation lawsuit, Tasha K, whose real name is LaTasha Kebe, was ordered to pay Cardi B over $4 million, but the YouTuber told Kendall Kyndall and Kendra G on Social Society “I ain’t got it.”
Tasha k admitted she\u2019s broke and ain\u2019t got Cardi b money . pic.twitter.com/IO4cAc6Cft— Just Princess \ud83c\udded\ud83c\uddf9\ud83c\udff3\ufe0f\u200d\ud83c\udf08 (@Just Princess \ud83c\udded\ud83c\uddf9\ud83c\udff3\ufe0f\u200d\ud83c\udf08) 1645558717
"Don't ask me for no money. I ain't got it. But listen, we have business things in place that takes care of things like this. But of course, the appellate court and the Supreme Court is in the process right now," she told the hosts, promising that she would appeal the court's decision, according to Hollywood Unlocked.
"That's what appellate court is for. Who's trying to pay $4 million?"
However, Cardi got word of the blogger's comments and responded on Twitter.
The Bronx native also shared a clip of Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money" music video, writing, "BBHMM." Cardi later deleted the tweet, though, saying,
My music reps just call me to take it down \u2026..\u2026..I can\u2019t never have fun— Cardi B (@Cardi B) 1645504215
"Kebe published multiple false and defamatory statements about Plaintiff, including that Plaintiff, was a prostitute, that Plaintiff was a user of cocaine, that Plaintiff had and still has herpes," the lawsuit read according to CNN.
"By making and publishing the statements, and campaign of harassing videos, including the Defamatory Videos, Defendants were intending to cause Plaintiff emotional distress."
She testified that she intentionally posted false things about the mother-of-two for her "Unwine With Tasha K" platform to thrive financially.