YouTube vlogger Tasha K asked a federal judge to stop rapper Cardi B from garnishing her bank accounts.
Tasha K, real name LaTasha Transrina Kebe, is in Africa on an extended vacation with her husband.
On March 19, 2019, Cardi B filed a personal injury lawsuit for slander and defamation against Tasha, whom she claims made false statements about her in YouTube videos.
The case was filed in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Georgia.
In January, Cardi B was awarded $1,025,000 for her pain and suffering, $1,000,000 in punitive damages, $500,000 in punitive damages, and $1,338,753.47 for legal expenses.
Tasha filed a motion to appeal the award, but her motion was denied. The YouTuber filed a second appeal with the 11th Circuit Court, which is currently pending.
On Sept. 1, Cardi B, real name Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, filed an application for a writ to garnish Tasha’s bank accounts in Atlanta.
On Sept. 2, Tasha’s attorney filed a motion to stay the garnishment.
Cardi’s legal team filed an answer to the motion the same day.
On Sept. 23, Tasha, who is apparently still on vacation in Africa, posted an Instagram photo of herself laughing in front of the Bank of Africa, where she apparently transferred her funds.
She captioned the post: “G.O.A.L.S I wanna be like her when I grow up daddy…”
In another Instagram post from Uganda, Tasha taunted Cardi B, writing:
“Welp, #YouTube video up in 5 minutes. Since your fav keeps BEGGING for these little coins, ask her how she wants the 4 million? In Guinea Francs or Ugandan Shillings?”
Tasha previously denied rumors that she moved to Africa to avoid paying the $4 million judgment.