Cardi B Granted Court Order Injunction, Forcing Tasha K To Remove Defamatory Videos And Banning Her From Reposting Them
Another legal win for Cardi B!
The rapper was recently granted a court order injunction against Youtuber Tasha K. Which will legally force the internet host to remove defamatory videos about Cardi B, and ban her from reposting them.
New York rapper Cardi B has been stacking wins in recent legal battles. The 29-year-old recently won a lawsuit against a group of MAGA supporters who sued the rapper and her sister, Hennessy Carolina, for defamation after she called them racist. Now, Cardi has secured yet another legal win in her own defamation lawsuit against Youtuber Tasha K.
In a series of court sessions starting back in 2019, Cardi has collected win after win while battling Taska K, born Latasha Kebe in court. The “WAP” artist, born Belcalis Almánzar, sued the Youtube star for defamation and was awarded a total of $4million in damages. Subsequently, Cardi filed a motion asking a judge to mandate that Tasha remove the old videos and ban her from reposting them. During trial, Tasha stated she would not do so unless ordered by the court.
According to reports, the judge agreed with Cardi that Tasha posed a “constant ongoing threat” to repost her “disgusting lies.” On her popular Youtube page, Tasha alleged that Cardi had multiple STD’s, cheated on her husband, and used cocaine among other things. Requirements of the injunction will force Tasha to remove 21 videos in the next five days and to forever avoid certain statements or face legal consequences.
Reportedly the injunction was agreed upon by both parties, although Tasha and her legal team initially opposed the injunction. The 38-year-old internet host has since appealed her $4million defeat. Should a judge overturn the verdict, the injunction will cease to exist as well.
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