Cardi B Is Coming After YouTuber Tasha K’s Properties To Help Fulfill The $4 Million Defamation Settlement She’s Owed

April 24, 2023 / Posted by:

Cardi B is not fucking around when it comes to that $4 million settlement that YouTuber Latasha Tasha K” Kebe was ordered to pay her in the defamation suit the rapper brought against Tasha. Tasha claimed that Cardi B had herpes and was a druggy prostitute. Cardi B sued and won. Tasha appealed but lost that appeal, meaning she’s still on the hook to pay Cardi’s legal fees, damages, and punitive damages. And Tasha doesn’t have $4 million, but she does have property, and Cardi is trying to grab it up. Welp, time for Tasha to pitch Tyler Perry a new made-for-TV movie–Homeless Over Herpes: The Tasha K Story.

Things are not looking good for Tasha–and it goes to show that when someone who is rich and well-lawyered says stop lying about me, maybe consider it! via XXL Mag:

Cardi B is gunning for Tasha K’s property to fulfill the $4 million debt the vlogger owes her after losing a defamation lawsuit.

On Thursday (April 20), a writ of execution was filed against Tasha K, according to court documents obtained by XXL on Friday (April 21). The document, signed off on by Judge William M. Ray II, notes Tasha K’s property can be seized to recover the $3,868,753.47 Cardi B was awarded after winning the suit in 2022

Tasha took to social media to beg Cardi to let her rest!

Tasha also previously joked about having to get a job at some fast food place to start paying down these debts:

Does Tasha K really want to get a job at McDonald’s, though? Cardi B’s meal is sold there! But honestly, I will say that it’s oh so brave of Tasha to show she owes over $100k in taxes, but I think this paints a clear picture of how bad she is at finances even without Cardi’s lingering settlement. She and Tori Spelling need to be forced into some kind of financial literacy class.

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