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Cardi B Stands Firm Against Tasha K’s $4M Appeal



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Cardi B tells Twitter she is not here to play. She wants all of her money. Image by: The Independent

After Cardi B’s victorious defamation trial in January 2021, YouTuber Tasha K owes 4 million dollars to the 29-year-old rapper. Tasha K is guilty of invasion of privacy, defamation of character, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. However, she has no intention of paying the given amount. Instead, the blogger’s legal team sent a request for the higher court to review the decision on March 17. A higher court will review the entire case, including the sentence. 

Cardi B’s Justice

The lawsuit triumph is Cardi B’s justice for enduring significant distress. The “WAP” rapper admits she felt helpless due to the slander. As a result, a Georgia judge awards Cardi B with the initial $1.25 million. However, the figure increases to $4 million after considering punitive damages and attorney fees. 

Over a month ago, Tasha K appeared on “Social Society” with host Kendra G who addresses if it is in her means to pay the rapper. The YouTuber admits she cannot pay the fee and has options to help her. Without going in-depth, she hints at steps toward an appeal that she is confident will aid in repaying Cardi B.

Tasha claims, “I ain’t got it”

“I ain’t got it,” she responds. “Listen, don’t ask me for no money because I ain’t got. To make a long story short, I don’t really like to talk about my business practices because I like to remain at level with my viewers. I’m a small-town girl who just happens to be a blogger on the internet. But we have business things in places that take care of things like this.”

Cardi B claims that the false allegations caused her to experience thoughts of suicide and placed a strain on her intimacy with her husband. Therefore, she is firm on her stance as he expects the entire amount. The rapper will not stop until she receives $4 million in its entirety. She responds to Twitter, stating, “Think is a game but trust imma come for everything …..BBHMM.”

Cardi B asked Tasha K to remove all content with false accusations before the court trial. However, the blogger failed to do so. She claims to have every right to speak on the topic in her defense. In a previous response to the court defeat, she refers to the “machine” or industry attempting to mute her personal belief. 

“We called bluff against a machine that wanted to bully me for not wavering from my personal beliefs,” she says. “My First Amendment right poses a threat to the machine’s sole intention to mislead the public.”

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