A court order has been issued thanks to Cardi B forcing YouTube blogger, Tasha K, to remove her old posts about the Bronx rapper.
According to TMZ, on Monday (Apr. 4) an Atlanta federal judge signed off an injunction demanding Tasha K to delete several posts on her social media that defamed Cardi.
Earlier this year, the “Up” rapper won her legal battle against Tasha forcing her to pay up to $4 million in damages and attorney’s fees. Cardi sued the blogger for defamation, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
While the court order has been issued, Tasha’s team has issued an appeal and has yet to remove any old posts or videos.
Currently, new documents note that the judge has given Tasha five days to wipe all of her social media platforms including her YouTube channel clean of any content badmouthing Cardi.
But if Tasha wins her appeal, the judge says she will be able to file a modification to the injunction and repost any content that defamed the rapper.
Back in 2019, Cardi filed a lawsuit accusing Kebe of attempting to defame her with salacious YouTube videos, PEOPLE reports.