Tasha K Fights Cardi B’s Attempt To Silence Her

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Despite Cardi B receiving a $4 million loss in their recent court battle, Tasha K’s violent feud with her is still simmering.

Cardi B won a defamation of character lawsuit against Tasha K in January, after a jury found in favor of the Bronx, New York rapper, who claimed the “UnwinewithTashaK” host’s incessant insults were nothing but lies.

Tasha made a lot of questionable claims against Cardi. She claimed the rapper was a prostitute with herpes and HPV, but these claims were later found to be untrue.
Tasha K also alleged that when Cardi B was a dancer, she snatched a beer bottle from a customer, inserted it within herself, and then had a gulp before returning the brew to the man.

Despite the fact that Tasha K has lost $4 million in the attacks, Cardi believes they will continue unless a court orders them to cease.
Cardi returned to court last week to ask a judge for an injunction to quiet Tasha K and to have certain social media posts and YouTube videos taken down.

“Defendants made it obvious that, absent an order from this court, they would continue to disseminate the defamatory claims against plaintiff.” “Plaint will be obliged to file numerous (if not endless) subsequent litigation to address the promised future defamation if defendants maintain their pledges to harass plaintiff without an injunction,” Cardi B’s lawyer Andrew Pequignot wrote to the court.

Tasha K is defying Cardi B’s request at injunctive relief despite having lost a lot of money.
Cardi B cannot prove that she intends to disparage her in the future, according to Tasha K. She is requesting that the permanent injunction prohibiting her from discussing the rapper be lifted.

“Even though the jury returned, a verdict in Cardi’s favor, that, by itself, is not sufficient to secure a permanent injunction,” Tasha K’s lawyer Olga Izmaylova argued. “Plaintiff must prove that she is suffering, and will continue to suffer, irreparable harm, which entitles her, as a legal right, to injective relief,” Izmaylova said.

A judge will decide on the matter of April 1st, 2022.

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