As Tasha Ok awaits an enchantment resolution, a choose in Atlanta, GA has dominated that she has to take away movies about Cardi B from her YouTube account and social media web page.
In accordance with TMZ, “a federal choose in Atlanta signed off an injunction forcing Tasha to delete a bunch of her previous posts which trashed and defamed Cardi.”
This comes after Cardi filed a request to have the YouTuber take away content material about her. Tasha was given 5 days to comply with the order, which seemingly isn’t an issue as each events have agreed with the injunction, TMZ stories.
As beforehand reported, Tasha Ok appealed the practically $4 million lawsuit on March seventeenth, based on Radar On-line. “The above-named Defendants, Latasha Kebe and Kebe Studios LLC, enchantment to the US Court docket of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit from the ultimate judgment entered on February 17, 2022,” the submitting reads. “Respectfully submitted this seventeenth day of March, 2022.”
In the event you recall, the 40-year-old acknowledged she “ain’t bought it,” when referring to the cash she was ordered to pay. Whereas chatting with Kendra G of Social Society again in February, Tasha mentioned, “I ain’t bought it. Hear, I ain’t bought it. I ain’t bought it.” She continued, “ Don’t ask me for no cash. I ain’t bought it.”
Tasha went on to say that “the appellate court docket and the supreme court docket is in course of proper now.”
Cardi B seemingly responded on Twitter and mentioned, “Suppose [it’s] a recreation however belief imma come for every little thing,” she additionally added, “BBHMM,” referring to Rihanna’s “B**** Higher Have My Cash” titled music.
As , Cardi filed a defamation lawsuit in opposition to Tasha in 2019. This was in response of Tasha making accusation in practically 40 movies of Cardi B, saying she contracted herpes, cheated on her husband, and dedicated acts of intercourse with beer bottles, whereas being a dancer.
Roomies, what y’all take into consideration this?