Cardi B Wins Gag Order Forcing YouTuber Tasha K To Delete Videos & Never Repost


Cardi B’s legal battle against YouTuber Tasha K has seemingly come to an end. On Monday (April 4), a federal judge ruled Tasha (real name Latasha Kebe) had to take down over 20 illicit and defamatory videos about Cardi B and ordered she never post about the “Bodak Yellow” rapper again.

Cardi sued Tasha in 2019 over what her lawyers said was a “malicious campaign” to hurt Cardi’s career and reputation. The videos in question claimed Cardi had committed sex acts “with beer bottles on fucking stripper stages,” while others accused her of being a prostitute who’d contracted herpes.

The Bronx native previously won a defamation suit against Tasha for $4 million in March and Judge William M Ray issued an injunction that gave Tasha five days to take down all content involving Cardi B from her YouTube channel. The injunction had been agreed upon by both sides and was a product of what Cardi described as a “constant ongoing threat” to her.

According to the legal docs, Tasha is forbidden from discussing Cardi in relation to herpes, cocaine and other slanderous matters.

The gag order came after Tasha continued to attack Cardi despite a jury overwhelmingly siding with the “Up” lyricist. Tasha adamantly claimed in a video Cardi would never see a penny of the owed $4 million.

“Let me tell you how this was a blessing though,” Tasha said in the video. “Cause can’t nobody else sue me, and even if they do, I ain’t got no money. We’ve got estate lawyers, we’ve got every muthafucking thing. I ain’t got shit in my name bitch.”

Tasha K and her legal team will still appeal the verdict to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. If that court overturns the verdict, the injunction would be nullified.