By THOUSIF INC
Cardi B has won a $1 million defamation lawsuit against YouTuber LaTasha Kebe.
Better known as Tasha, over the gossip maven’s accusations against the rapper.
Per Billboard, a Georgia jury awarded Cardi $1.25 million.
After two weeks of deliberation, it is also convicting Kebe of invasion of privacy through portrayal in a false light.
Ironically, Cardi’s breakthrough 2018 album is the name and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
The multiplatform gossip blogger could also be on the hook for additional punitive damages or Cardi’s legal expenses when court picks back up.
Cardi, 29, took Kebe to court in 2019 over dozens of videos featuring wild allegations.
Among which was the high (or low-) light that the rapper B “f–ked herself with beer bottles” onstage.
When she was working as a stripper.
Kebe also claimed that Cardi had prostituted herself was addicted to hard drugs.
She was unfaithful to her husband, Offset, and had contracted herpes.
Cardi testified last week that she felt “extremely suicidal” over Kebe’s claims.
“I felt defeated and depressed, and I did not want to sleep with my husband,”
She added, chalking up fatigue, weight loss, migraines, and anxiety to the ordeal.
“Only an evil person could do that s–t,” Cardi reportedly said.
Subsequently apologized to the court for her language.
Cardi, née Belcalis Almánzar, also testified about the herpes rumor.
In particular, dogged her online.
As some of Kebe’s million-plus followers harassed her over pictures of her kissing daughter Kulture on the lips and called her “Herpes B.”