Cardi B Warns Blogger Tasha K To Find Her $4M: ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’


Cardi B scored a major victory in court last month when a judge awarded her roughly $4 million in her defamation case against blogger Tasha K — $1.5 million in punitive damages, $1 million for pain and suffering, $1,338,753.47 in litigation expenses, $500,000 for reimbursement for legal fees and $25,000 for Cardi’s medical fees.

Tasha K and her attorneys have vowed to appeal the judgement and the YouTuber is adamant she doesn’t have the funds to pay Cardi B anyway. During a recent interview with Social Society, she blatantly stated, “I ain’t got it. Listen I ain’t got it. I ain’t got it. Don’t ask me for no money. I ain’t got it.”

But Cardi doesn’t want to hear any of Tasha K’s excuses. As she tweeted on Monday (February 21), “Think [it’s] a game but trust imma come for everything…BBHMM [Bitch Better Have My Money].”

Cardi B then posted a tweet with a clip from Rihanna’s video for the hit song of the same name, but she said she was forced to remove it.

“My music reps just [called] me to take it down,” she added. “I can’t never have fun.”

Cardi B’s libel lawsuit has been ongoing since 2019 when the 28-year-old Bronx native filed a $75,000 claim. Cardi was upset Tasha K made several false statements about her, including accusing her of having herpes, using a beer bottle as a sex toy when she was an exotic dancer, working as a prostitute and abusing cocaine.

On January 24, the jury found Tasha K guilty of “defamation of character, invasion of privacy through portrayal in a false light, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.” Cardi admitted the case had led to some mental health issues. As she told the jury, “I felt extremely suicidal. I felt defeated and depressed and I didn’t want to sleep with my husband… Only an evil person could do that shit.”

But according to Tasha, she’s being bullied by a “machine that has corporate interest to protect prostitution, drug use, promiscuity, and to glorify the violence that wreaks havoc on our society in our neighborhoods.” In one of her YouTube videos, she talked about how “challenging” the last four years have been for her and expected the unfavorable verdict.

“We are prepared for this challenge from the beginning,” she said in the clip. “We called bluff against a machine that wanted to bully me for not wavering from my personal beliefs. To glorify how its sold to our children as the ‘it factor.’”