Cardi B is creating a whole new meaning to ‘staying on that neck’ because last we heard Tasha K offered a six figure sum to the Bodak Yellow rapper.
Cardi has now fired back with a series of subpoenas to blogger Tasha K’s Bank.
According to an exclusive with RadarOnline Cardi is trying to track down every red cent held by Tasha K.
Cardi B has informed the judge presiding over Tasha K’s bankruptcy of the subpoenas being sent to Morris Legal & Tax LLC, Bank of American, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Discover Financial and American Express.
Cardi has demanded the companies turn over information regarding Tasha’s finances.
Specifically, Tasha’s tax returns from 2019 to 2022.
In addition, she demanded all documents Tasha provided to the tax company to prepare her returns.
Cardi also requested:
“all documents and communications received by or sent to third parties other than the Debtor, including but not limited to the Internal Revenue Service, regarding the Debtor’s finances employment, income, expenses, businesses or business interests, including Kebe Studios, LLC, Monalisa Brown, LLC and Yelen Entertainment, LLC.”
The rapper asked the banks to turn over information of all deposits, withdrawals, transfers, copies of front and back of cancelled checks, wire information, and account statements.
If you recall.. the reason Tasha offered Cardi the $220K was based on all of her other debts.
Radaronline listed them as:
1. $52k owed for a 2021 Chevy Silverado ($1k a month payment)
2. $84K to IRS
3. $40K to the Georgia Department of revenue
According to Vibe In January 2022, Kebe was found liable for Defamation and Intentional Infliction of Emotional Harm and ordered to pay Cardi nearly $3 million, at the time.
After attempting to appeal the judgement and requesting a new trial, in October 2022, the judge ordered Kebe to pay the Invasion of Privacy rapper $4 million immediately or to secure funding amid her appellate process.
This past May, Kebe filed for bankruptcy, claiming she had less than $60,000 in total assets.
Many took the move as an attempt to avoid making her required seven-figure payout to the rap star.