Cardi B awarded R19m in lawsuit against vlogger

Cardi B has been awarded R19 million in her civil calumniation action against Latasha Kebe, after a jury plant the vlogger liable for vilification, irruption of sequestration, and causing emotional torture.

The rapper sued Latasha, who’s better known online as Tasha K and is the host of the YouTube channel “ UnWineWithTashaK”, for making allegations about her in some of her vids, including that she took medicines, had sexually transmitted conditions and formerly worked as a courtesan.
According to TMZ, Tasha has been ordered to pay Cardi R19 million in general damages and R3.8 million medical charges.

A jury plant Tasha liable for vilification, irruption of sequestration, and causing emotional torture.
Following the verdict, Cardi wrote on Twitter”Why am I happy but sad at the same time?”

She also took to her Instagram Stories to post a picture appearing to be of her late grandmother.
A caption read”My queen thank you for hearing my prayers. only you know those nights that I cried to you feeling hopeless and tired, indeed when it seems like I’ve the world on my hands.”

Tasha wrote on Twitter”My Husband, Attorney’s, & I fought really hard. I want to thank them for their long hours and insomniac nights. Winos it’s only over from then. See y’ each in a many days. Back to work.
“I forgot to thank all of the observers for all of your support. In this business, this is part of the protocol.

“ Everyone in my seat has been through this, & this ai n’t the last. This comes with the home. See y’ all Friday! It’s long overdue! (sic)”
Before this month, Cardi broke down in gashes and recalled feeling”extremely suicidal”while attesting in the calumniation case.

During a Georgia court hail, the 29- time-old star said”I felt extremely suicidal.”
The “ Bodak Yellow” hitmaker added how she suffered from fatigue, anxiety, and migraines, and lost weight as a result.

The “ Up” hitmaker also claimed her relationship with her hubby Neutralize-with whom she has three- time-old son Kulture and a four-month-old son- was impacted by the vids made by Tasha over a period of 14 months.
Cardi first took action against the vlogger in March 2019.

Part of the action read”While Plaintiff was pregnant, on or around April 13, 2018, Kebe published a videotape where Kebe stated that as a result of Plaintiff’s conduct, Plaintiff’s also-future child may have intellectual disabilities.”

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