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Last month, I told you that YouTube vlogger Tasha K lost her appeal to have Cardi B's $4 million judgment tossed out on a technicality.

As you know, Tasha K was ordered to pay Cardi B nearly $4 million in damages and legal fees for publishing false statements about the rapper on her YouTube channel.

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But Tasha doesn't have $4 million in cash to pay Cardi. So she listed her Lawrenceville, Georgia home for rent on July 3. The Zillow listing shows the 5 bedroom, 4 bath mini mansion is still listed for $5,000 a month as of August 4.

According to YouTube vlogger Michelle "ATLien" Brown, Tasha K and her family fled Georgia and moved to the safe haven of S. Florida.

Florida is a safe space for debtors who lose large judgments. Florida makes life difficult for debt collectors. Plus, Florida's homestead exemption prevents a judgment from becoming a lien on a Florida debtor's primary residence.

Tasha, whose real name is Latasha Kebe, re-filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals in Georgia on Thursday, Aug. 4, according to ATLien.

Watch the video below.

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YouTube vlogger Tasha K lost her appeal to have Cardi B's $4 million defamation lawsuit verdict tossed out.

After losing the lawsuit, a judge ordered Tasha to pay Cardi B nearly $4 million in damages for tarnishing the rapper's reputation by publishing false statements about her on Tasha's YouTube channel.

Tasha was also ordered to remove the videos from her YouTube channel.

Tasha, whose real name is Latasha Kebe, filed paperwork with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit last month.

On Friday, Tasha K's appeal was dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. Which means Cardi's lawyers can file documents with the sheriff's office to garnish Tasha's paychecks and seize her personal property, such as her home, cars, furniture, and stocks and bonds to satisfy the debt.

Tasha and her family have already moved out of their Lawrenceville, Georgia home and downsized to an apartment.

The 5-bedroom, 4 bath, 5,000 sq. ft. home has a full basement and backs up to the Collins Hill Golf Course.

According to Zillow, the couple bought the house in June 2020 for $380,000. They listed the home on July 3 for $5,000 a month rent.

Before listing the house, Latasha sold the home to her husband, who is now the sole owner.


Cardi B and her husband Offset are back on the market after 7 years together. According to an insider, Cardi has accepted Offset's cheating ways for the sake of their 2 kids.

According to MTO News, a drunken Cardi B posted a video on Twitter in which she appeared to be flirting with a woman. She suggested that she planned on taking the woman "home with her".

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She apparently called Offset during the video to get permission to bring the woman home.

Cardi explained to fans that she had her aunt babysitting her kids while she celebrated her new rap single "Hot Sh-t" ft. KanYE West and Lil Durk.

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Cardi explained she and Offset had an "open" relationship, and he didn't mind her stepping out as long as "It's with a woman so that's not considered cheating. My husband likes that sh-t."

While Cardi's fans were shocked, her friends were not. This has been going on for quite some time.

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The former Love & Hip Hop: New York cast member and the ex-Migos rapper are in an open marriage like their friends, Jay Z & Beyonce, T.I. & Tiny and Barack and Michelle Obama.

The 29-year-old "WAP" rapper had a difficult time accepting an open marriage at first, but it was either that or a future trip to divorce court, according to the insider.

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Sources say Offset, 30, has cheated on Cardi since day one.

Recall that she filed for divorce in Sept. 2020 before withdrawing her paperwork.

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Cardi is awaiting trial in New York on an assault charge for ordering her goons to beat up a nightclub employee who she suspected of sleeping with Offset.

Cardi pleaded not guilty to 3 felony assault charges and 14 misdemeanor assault charges.

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Cardi B's new single "Hot Sh*t" dropped with a thud last night. The track features contributions from Kanye West and Lil Durk.

Cardi fans are ecstatic that their fave finally dropped a single in 2022. It is her first solo single since "Up" in February 2021.

But they will have to wait a bit longer for a song to rival her breakout hit "Bodak Yellow" (2017).

On the track, produced by Tay Keith, Cardi, a mother-of-two, brags about catching bodies and sliding on her opps.

She raps in the chorus:

    Checks comin' fast, I'm like swoosh (Swoosh)
    Ooh (Ooh)
    Give 'em to me straight, hundred proof (Proof)
    I thought I killed you hoes before, it must be déjà vu
    It's either that or I'm catchin' body number two.

In a recent interview, Cardi struggled to explain why she comes off sounding so hard on this track. She said the song is old (originally recorded in 2019).


"So the song is a boy," she said. "I think it's a little bit older than 'WAP.' I think I recorded this song around 2019, way before COVID and everything."

"It's something that I feel like y'all haven't heard from me before," she told HipHopDX.

"I feel like people is expecting a lot of sluttiness and blah blah blah. Y'all keep [saying] I keep making TikTok records and this is definitely not that. It's a fun great record. It's masculine [and] it's great for the clubs. It's great for the b*tches."

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Even Kanye couldn't save this waste of a good beat.

One music reviewer referred to Kanye's verse as "the equivalent of a wilting houseplant spritzed by a generous hand."

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As usual, Lil Durk, a former gang banger, tries too hard to be taken seriously as a rapper.

The fan reaction was mixed.

Cardi B ft. Kanye West & Lil Durk - Hot Sh*t

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Cardi B shared a snippet of her new single "Hot Sh-t" in which she raps the line "Still might slide on a opp" — street slang for ambushing and killing a gang rival.

Everyone wants to be a drill rapper now.

"Hot Sh-t," featuring Kanye "YE" West and gang banger Lil Durk, is due to be released at midnight on Friday, July 1.


Cardi B, pictured with husband Offset, shared a snippet of the song on her Instagram page on Wednesday. She hasn't released a single since February 2021.

"Hot Sh*t" contains a sample of 1990 dance hit "Electric Boogie" by Marcia Griffiths.

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In the video, Cardi eats a sumptuous breakfast on a balcony as the skyline glows in the morning sun behind her.

Cardi lip-syncs a verse of the single.

"I'm connected/ I don't know what's longer, my blocklist or my checklist/ I don't know what's longer, man, my blocklist or my checklist/ I don't know what's colder, man, my heart or my necklace/ Pretty when I wake up, I'm a bad bitch at breakfast/ Still might slide on a opp, it's electric."

Durk hyped up the single with a video on his Instagram. He captioned the video "song of the year face @iamcardib."

Your auntie will hold my rating until I hear the full track tomorrow.


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Cardi B wants another tummy tuck 9 months after giving birth to her son Wave Set Cephus.

The mom-of-2 took to Instagram to inform her followers of her decision to go under the knife again. She said she doesn't like the way her body looks after she delivered her son.

"This stomach, is giving tummy tuck," Cardi said. "Like, it's not bad, but I just don't like this extra little skin. I am a little heavier than usual, but I don't like it, I want to get rid of it. I think Wavey like... did me wrong."

Cardi, 29, has gone under the knife at least half a dozen times. She also had her teeth fixed.

She snapped at critics who dared to suggest she go to a gym and work out to lose the extra pounds.

"[People tell me], 'You lazy, you should just work out. I do whatever the f—k I want to do with my body,'" she said on Instagram Live.

She claimed surgery is a quick solution because she doesn't have the time to work out in a gym.

"I don't have the time of day like you do. Like, my job as an entertainer is a 24-hour job, bro. So no, I don't have time to work out and I wanted specific things that I know that no matter how much I work out, [will] not get fixed."

What is Plastic Surgery Addiction?

Plastic surgery addiction is a psychological disorder characterized by a compulsion for plastic surgery even if additional surgery is unnecessary.

What Causes Plastic Surgery Addiction?

It is caused by body image disturbance, which means a disturbed perception of one's own body. Patients with anorexia nervosa are diagnosed with body image disturbance.

Plastic surgery addiction disorder causes the sufferer to spend thousands of dollars on surgeries, which they believe will make them happy.

People who suffer from surgery addiction disorder are usually insecure, self-absorbed, have low self-esteem, and suffer from depression.

They typically spend a lot of time on social media taking selfies.

They won't stop undergoing surgeries until they run out of money or surgeons refuse to operate on them.

Can Plastic Surgery Addiction Be Treated?

Anti-depressant medication and cognitive-behavioral therapy are effective at treating plastic surgery addiction.

Plastic surgery doesn't help them because their delusions about their body image are not based in reality.

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Cardi B is annoyed and frustrated that a music video won't accompany her new single "Hot Sh*t" featuring Kanye "YE" West and notorious gang banger Lil Durk.

The Grammy-winning rapper took to her Instagram Stories to announce her single will drop on Friday, but there won't be a music video due to "people not doing their f---ing job correctly."

"You know how I usually do the most with the promo? I just don't feel like doing too much this time around because I'm just exhausted with everybody. I'm so tired of people not doing their f**king job correctly, I'm so tired of people just doing things their way. I'm just over it, you know what I'm saying?"

Cardi added that she wanted to scrap the song altogether, but she ultimately chose to drop the single on Friday because she loves the song.

"I love the record, it's something that I feel like y'all haven't heard from me before," she said.

"Hot Sh*t" will be Cardi's first single since February 2021.

Kanye previously teased that he finished a verse for Cardi in January 2022.

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"I was finishing, I was finishing that verse for your girl, you know what I mean," he told Jason Lee of Hollywood Unlocked. "I always believed in her since she was on [Love & Hip-Hop], period."

As for Lil Durk, the drill rapper didn't say a word about his contribution to the track.

Sources say Kanye and Durk refused to commit to shooting a music video with Cardi for the single.


Meanwhile, Durk made headlines over the weekend when he shoved a fan during a concert at a music festival in the Netherlands.

Durk noticed the fan held up a t-shirt with an image of NBA YoungBoy — a sign of disrespect to Durk's late childhood pal King Von.

King Von, another notorious Chicago gangster-turned-drill rapper, was killed outside a hookah bar in Atlanta in December.

In the viral video, Durk sends a bodyguard to summon the fan to the stage. He is seen speaking to the fan before shoving the fan into the crowd.

Durk, who has an open attempted murder case in Atlanta, travels with around-the-clock security who accompany him on stage when he performs.

Rumor has it that Durk pays a minimum of $250,000 per month for 24-hour security.

Watch the video below.

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Cardi B shared her opinion about the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade abortion lw during an intense Twitter exchange on Friday.

The "WAP" rapper was annoyed when a fan dragged her for sharing her opinion.

"Everytime I talk about political shit, y'all get me f*cking dragged," she tweeted.

Cardi became irate when a fan in her comments suggested her 3-year-old daughter, Kulture, was autistic.

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"My child is 3 years old ... You see this why abortions shouldn't get banned ...cause that's the first shit your mother should of done with your glitter bottom ass," she tweeted in response to the now-deleted tweets.

"My daughter is not autistic... You can't call her ugly so y'all have to diagnose her wit her wit something. Go play in traffic bitch."

The rapper took the Fan's comments personally, because shee was bullied as "slow" when she was younger.

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Cardi B performed during the Hot 97 Summer Jam 2022 music festival at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.


Rapper Megan Thee Stallion performed at Parklife Music Festival at Heaton Park in Manchester, England.

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The City Girls, JT and Yung Miami, perform at Hot 97 Summer Jam 2022 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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Fat Joe, Jim Jones and Busta Rhymes posed backstage during the Hot 97 Summer Jam 2022 music festival at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.


Newly single socialite Lori Harvey (right) stepped out to dinner with her girlfriends at the new Catch Steak restaurant in West Hollywood on Saturday. She showed off her toned abs as she was spotted for the first time since her breakup with Michael B. Jordan.

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Dapper David Beckham took his only daughter Harper Seven to the Riva event at the Fenice theatre in Venice over the weekend. David, 47, beamed with pride as he held hands with 10-year-old Harper. They laughed and joked together on route to the glitzy event! Harper is the former soccer star's daughter with Victoria Beckham, 48. They also share three sons - Romeo, Cruz and Brooklyn.

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Cardi B gave a shout out to aspiring rapper GloRilla after she got a new set of teeth for $24,000.

The Memphis native is best known for her viral hit single "F.N.F. (Let's Go)", which stands for "F*** Ni**a Free."

GloRilla shared photos and videos of her new dental work on Instagram. She captioned the post: "PLAY BODAK YELLOW BY @iamcardib S/O @doctor.q_ !!!!!!!"

Cardi B responded in the comments: "Looking GOOOD!!!!!!"

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After "F.N.F." went viral, Kodak Black hooked up with the rapper for a possible collab in the studio.

So far, Saweetie, City Girls, Cardi B, Moneybagg Yo, Saucy Santana, and more have shown love for GloRilla.

Check out the song below.

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Atlanta's hip-hop community is reeling from the news that hometown rap group Migos have gone their separate ways.

On May 18, Takeoff announced a new single, "Hotel Lobby," recorded with Quavo under the rap duo Unc and Phew (Quavo is Takeoff's uncle).

After the single's announcement, Offset and Cardi B unfollowed Quavo and Takeoff, which sparked rumors that they are done as a group.


Quavo (left) and Offset (right) are cousins.

The trio formed in 2009 under the name Polo Club before changing the name to Migos a year later.


Migos gained a large following with the release of their single "Versace" in 2013. They won Best Group and Best Collaboration at the 2017 BET Awards. Their 2016 track "Bad and Boujee" peaked at number one on Billboard Hot 100.


The group went mainstream after Offset began dating rapper Cardi B. They later married and share two minor children, Kulture and infant Wave Set.

Offset also has two sons, Jordan and Kody, and a daughter, Kalea Marie, from previous relationships.

So far, the group hasn't confirmed the rumors.

Their fans are devastated.

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Cardi B loves her Press On nails. She is rarely seen without her long acrylic nails in pink and bloody colors.

Doctors caution women about wearing long nails such as Cardi's because they can harbor potentially deadly bacteria.

Cardi responded to rapper Kash Doll who inquired how she changes her son's diapers with those long fingernails.

"Aye Bardi how the hell u change wav diaper with the nails? Lol i got on press ons struggling," she tweeted.

Cardi responded with a cute video tutorial using a teddy bear to show how she effortlessly changes Wave's diaper without scratching him.

"Okay girl sooo I just made a whole video," Cardi replied. "Trust me you will get the hang of it! However I do feel like boys are harder to clean, they got more crevices."

As Cardi demonstrated her technique, her 3-year-old daughter, Kulture, watched with amusement.

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DJ Will has apologized for shouting out Nicki Minaj while Cardi B and Offset were in the club.

The DJ upset Cardi B by shouting out Nicki Minaj at a New York City nightclub on Wednesday, May 11.

Cardi grabbed the microphone to address the DJ, who quickly played Cardi's single "WAP."

"Who's in the building tonight? 'Cause we want all the f------ smoke, ya heard?" said Cardi. Then she issued a subtle warning to the DJ.

"We getting dangerous tonight? We getting dangerous tonight? DJ are we getting f------ dangerous tonight? Big Brim in the building, Big Brim in the building, Big Brim in the building. F--- outta here!"

"Big Brim" is a reference to the 59 Brims street gang in NYC. 59 Brims are affiliated with the national Bloods street gang.

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Cardi later said she was "set up" by the DJ, who took the high road and apologized on Thursday.

"I'm reading so many stories and narratives about things that happened and didn't happen and I just want to clear the air," he said in a statement.

"I never meant any disrespect to Cardi B, Offset, their family, friends, or fans in any way, shape, or form. It was an honest mistake and I feel horrible about it.

"I accept my responsibility for what happened and send my heartfelt apologies to Cardi B and Offset. I meant no malice, it was definitely no set up, I was simply there to rock the party, which is what I do."

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Cardi B downplayed reports that she urged guests to snort cocaine at her MET Gala after-party in NYC.

The incident went down when Cardi hosted the Boom Boom after-party at the Standard Hotel on Monday night. Videos circulating on social media show the rapper telling partygoers to "make sure y'all do that little..." - while gesturing under her nose with her finger.

The mom-of-three was heavily criticized on social media for appearing to encourage drug use.


The 29-year-old rapper was not amused that some people didn't get her "joke". She expressed frustration that she can't be herself anymore.

"I make one joke as a hostess because I am hosting a party and it gets twisted. Why can't every celebrity joke around and say slick s–t? I'm tired. I can't be myself anymore. Anything that will go on social media is always bad. If I could click my f–king feet three times and go back to f–king 2013 when I was just a regular bitch, dancing and making money every single night, that is where I want to be. That's when I was me."

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Cardi B and Offset finally revealed their infant son on the cover of ESSENCE magazine's 52nd Anniversary May/June 2022 issue.

The rap artists also revealed their 7-month-old son's name for the first time: Wave Set Cephus.

Cardi B, 29, and Offset, 30 posed on the cover with their 3-year-old daughter Kulture Kiari. Offset is also father to three children from previous relationships: daughter Kalea, 7, and sons Jordan, 12, and Kody, also 7.

Cardi asked the editor during a Zoom call whether she could talk to the editorial and creative team, "woman to woman," about including her stepchildren in the magazine's photo shoot.

She didn't want to spoil the relationships she has with the other mothers of Offset's children. According to ESSENCE, more than anything, she didn't want his other kids to feel left out.

"After we got married, that's when I first met his kids," Cardi said. "I always wanted them to love me, and they really do. They tell me that. I feel it, and I hope that we always have a great relationship."

Offset came from a blended family with siblings of other fathers.

"I have two brothers, and we have three different dads," Offset said. "I never heard of a half-brother—those are my brothers."

"It's a blessing to be able to have them all together, and to have a wife who's open and treats them as if they're her kids," he says. "It could be an issue, but I don't have to go through that, and that's beautiful."

The cover photo was shot by @abdmstudio for Essence magazine. See more photos from the shoot HERE.
Correction: An earlier version of this post misidentified Cardi B's son as Wave Cap. His name is Wave Set. We regret the error.