Cardi B knows Tasha K won’t stop making her defamatory Youtube videos unless she has no other choice, legally, so she’s trying to get the court to make that happen.
On Thursday night, the “Up” rapper filed documents in federal court demanding a permanent injunction against Tasha K, which comes following her victory in their defamation trial back in January.
According to reports from TMZ, though the jury awarded Cardi about $4 million, she says that has done nothing to stop the Youtuber from spreading the same lies that landed her in court, including her former claims that Cardi has committed adultery, has STIs, and was a prostitute.
She went on to say, “I’m going to pull a 50 Cent on that b***h,” referring to the rapper’s bankruptcy filing back in 2015.
Not only that, Tasha even testified during the actual trial she wouldn’t stop repeating her defamatory lies unless the court forces her to do so.
Understandably, that is exactly what Cardi is asking the court for now. The rapper wants an injunction to stop Tasha from saying any defamatory statements now, and in the future, and to force her to delete all past videos or posts containing those lies.