Cardi B continues her efforts to collect a $4 million judgment from Tasha K by subpoenaing the YouTuber’s wire transfers to Africa.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Tasha, real name Latasha Kebe, is trying to work out a deal to pay the “WAP” rapper $220,000 – 5% of what she owes to settle the debt.
But, apparently, Cardi B isn’t interested in settling for a measly 5%.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Cardi B sent subpoenas to U.S. banks and a tax accountant in an attempt to track down over $800,000 in Youtube revenue that Tasha K allegedly transferred to a bank in Africa, according to YouTuber Michelle “ATLien” Brown (see video below).
Tasha K reportedly denied wiring any cash overseas during a recent hearing in which she appeared via CCTV from her home in Florida.
According to court documents, Cardi B sent subpoenas to Morris Legal & Tax LLC, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Discover Financial and American Express.
Cardi is demanding the companies turn over any wire transfer receipts and other information regarding Tasha’s financials. Specifically, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper demanded Morris Tax & Legal turn over Tasha’s tax returns from 2019 to 2022.
In addition, she demanded all W-2 tax forms Tasha provided to the accounting firm to prepare her tax returns.
The rapper also asked the banks to turn over any and “all documents and communications received by or sent to third parties other than the Debtor, including but not limited to the Internal Revenue Service, regarding the Debtor’s finances employment, income, expenses, businesses or business interests, including Kebe Studios, LLC, Monalisa Brown, LLC and Yelen Entertainment, LLC.”