A process server who attempted to deliver a notice of legal action filed by Cardi B against vlogger Tasha K was allegedly threatened by the Youtube personality.
According to Gossipthot, Cardi filed a lawsuit against vloggers Latasha K and Starmarie Ebony Jones over claims regarding Cardi's health and character.
The Bronx rapper filed a slander lawsuit against the vloggers for allegedly disparaging her good name in 23 Youtube videos over a period of 14 months.
According to TMZ, one of the vloggers told the process server she was within her legal rights to "shoot the server in the head" if he didn't get off her property.
In audio obtained by TMZ, Tasha was irate when she and her husband arrived home to find a server in her driveway looking through her mail.
In the audio, Tasha is heard issuing a subtle threat to the guy.
The process server handed her the legal summons, saying, "You've been served."
Tasha responded by informing him she's within her rights to "blow something in your head."
The server told her he didn't do anything illegal by trespassing on her property.
Tasha addressed the situation on her Instagram page.
"@iamcardib that's what happens when I come home with my family at midnight and there's a fat white guy going through my mailbox as we pull-up. This is gonna be fun. I'm starting to think that Cardi "will do anything for clout!"
In a separate post, the social media personality noted that she and her husband were not ordered to surrender their firearms.
"My husband and I carry heavy. Motion detectors etc.," she wrote on Monday morning.
Meanwhile, Cardi has legal troubles of her own.
During a court appearance on Friday, April 19, Cardi rejected a plea deal that does not include prison time in a case involving a brutal attack on 2 female bartenders working at a strip club in New York City.
The 26-year-old mom-of-1 is accused of attacking two sisters while they served drinks at Angels strip club. The sisters told police the fight was over an alleged sexual encounter with Cardi's promiscuous husband, rapper Offset.
A prosecutor offered the "Clout" singer a plea deal that would not include prison time. But she would have to meet "certain conditions" to have the case dismissed, The Blast reports.
Cardi reportedly rejected the plea deal's conditions and she chose to take her chances before a jury of her peers. So the case is going to trial next month, according to The Blast.
Cardi faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.