According to reports, Cardi B has won a “permanent injunction” that will force YouTuber Tasha K to remove defamatory videos about the rapper, including a ban on her making statements about Cardi B’s sexual health and personal life.
We recently reported in a separate post that Cardi B was is not letting up with regards to having Tasha’s defamatory content removed from the Internet.
The rapper is asked a federal judge to permanently ban her from posting “harmful and disgusting lies” on the internet according to Billboard.
According to The Independent On Monday (4 April) she was granted her request.
A judge ordered Latasha Kebe – who has over one million subscribers on her YouTube channel, UnWineWithTashaK – to remove 21 videos defaming the rapper from her social media platforms within the next five days.
The injunction comes after Kebe was ordered to pay Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, over 4m in defamation damages in January.
During the original trial, a jury in Georgia, USA heard that Kebe had been making “degrading and harassing statements” about Cardi B since early 2018, at one point falsely claiming that she had worked as a prostitute.
In various videos, Tasha K also alleged that the rapper has used hard drugs, had been unfaithful, had contracted STIs, and had performed graphic sex acts on stage.
The rapper filed the injunction order in March, having originally sued Kebe for defamation in 2019.