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Youtube vlogger Tasha K says she dosn't have $4 million to pay Cardi B after losing a $4 million defamation lawsuit.

Cardi B responded, tweeting: "This is a game but trust imma come for everything ......BBHMM [Bish Betta Have My Money]."

Tasha K filed an appeal after she was ordered to pay the rapper $4 million in damages and attorney fees by a Georgia judge.
 
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"I ain't got it," Tasha K said in an interview with "Social Society" on ALLBLK TV. "Listen, I ain't got it, I ain't got it. Don't ask me for no money. I ain't got it."

Tasha said she filed an appeal in the appellate court. She hinted that she may have business insurance to take care of lawsuits.

"Who trying to pay $4 million? Who?" Tasha said. She added that her YouTube ad revenue is "good" but she has two children and a husband to feed.

Tasha posted the interview on her @unwinewithtashak Instagram page. She captioned the video:

"Thank you @kendallkyndall @kendragmedia for having me on! Y'all can catch the full interview via @watchallblk!"

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Tasha K wants you all to know that the show goes on after she was ordered to pay $4 million in damages to rapper Cardi B.

Last week, Cardi B won a defamation lawsuit she filed in 2019 accusing Tasha K of slandering and libeling her in a series of videos.

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In the videos, Tasha, 39, called the 29-year-old rapper a prostitute who used drugs and tested positive for herpes.

The videos have since been deleted from Tasha K's YouTube channel.

According to RhymeswithSnitch, Tasha K is not backing down.

In a video posted on her Youtube channel an unrepentant Tasha K blames 'the machine' for her court room loss and implies Cardi's record label financed the lawsuit to protect their investment. Tasha K also vowed to fight for her first amendment rights all the way to the Supreme Court.

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Cardi B issued a statement to PEOPLE Tuesday after winning $4 million in a defamation lawsuit against YouTube vlogger Tasha K.

Cardi said the wheels of justice turned so slowly that she didn't think she would ever be "heard or vindicated" after filing suit in 2019 in Atlanta.

"After almost four years of repeated libel and slander against me, being able to walk away from this victorious brings me great happiness. I appreciate Judge Ray for conducting a fair and impartial trial."

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In her suit, the mom-of-two accused 39-year-old vlogger Tasha K, real name Latasha Kebe, of spreading "vile, disgusting and completely false narratives that were repeatedly and relentlessly being shared online."

"I felt completely helpless and vulnerable," the Grammy winner told PEOPLE. "I have never taken for granted the platform that my fame allows me to have, which is why for over three years I dedicated every resource I had to seek justice."

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"The only difference between me and the high schooler who is being cyberbullied and lied on by their classmates is the money and resources I have access to. We collectively have to say enough is enough. We can no longer be a society that turns a blind eye to blatant lies."

The 29-year-old rapper won a $1.25 million verdict last week in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

On Tuesday she was awarded an additional $2.8 million in punitive damages and attorney's fees.

Latasha and her attorneys plan to appeal the verdict and the damages awarded to Cardi B, who may never receive a dime.

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Cardi B prevailed in her federal defamation lawsuit against a YouTube vblogger who slandered the rapper online in multiple videos on YouTube.

Cardi B, real name Belcalis Almánzar, filed a slander lawsuit against LaTasha Kebe, aka Tasha K, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia in 2019.

Kebe allegedly posted videos to her YouTube channel accusing the rapper of being a prostitute with a drug problem who was spreading herpes.

The videos about Cardi B increased Kebe's YouTube subscriber list to over 1 million and earn her at least $1 million a year.

After a week-long trial, Kebe was found liable on 3 separate claims, with a verdict of at least $1 million to Cardi, TMZ reports.

Cardi took the witness stand last week and tearfully confessed she was suicidal as a direct result of Tasha's stories.

The judge presiding over the hearing said any potential punitive damages will be determined in a future hearing.

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Nick Cannon (right) took the high road when troubled Nickelodeon star Orlando Brown accused Cannon of performing a sex act on him.

Only a few bloggers believed Brown when he claimed Cannon gave him "head". Brown, 32, made the allegations in a livestream video that went viral earlier this week.

"I let Nick suck my d***. Everybody knows you did it as a female. But, Nick you sucked my d***. Nick been sucking d***."

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Cannon, a heterosexual father of three, expressed concern and compassion for Brown, who constantly craves attention. Cannon, 39, shares 8-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, with singer Mariah Carey, 50.

"I am praying for the young brother," Cannon stated in a lengthy Instagram post.

"When I first saw this I thought it was f***ing hilarious!!!" Cannon wrote.

"But then, after putting a little cognitive effort and analytical thought to the situation, I figured what a great opportunity for a teachable moment!"
 

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When I first saw this I thought it was fucking hilarious!!!! ?????? But then after putting a little cognitive effort and analytical thought to the situation,I figured what a great opportunity for a “teachable moment”! First off let me say I am praying for the young brother Orlando even though I don’t really know him personally, I have always loved and enjoyed his talent and have been a fan of his past work. He was fucking brilliant in Major Payne, and had us all laughing on “Thats So Raven”. But this is another crucial example of when we allow our young artists to be prematurely exposed by this demonic business and left out to fend for themselves. We need better support systems for our youth and take care of our own. I watched various of this young brothers videos and all I see is a cry out for help. So I don’t know if there are any real leaders or solid individuals in this young man’s life but let’s embrace him and tighten him up so he doesn’t become another lost victim to these hollywood circumstances. I indeed believe this brother has the God given talent to be on Wildnout but this definitely ain’t the way to audition, this actually hurts my heart to see that we have allowed Orlando, along with various other young gifted performers we grew up loving, to just dwindle away after these corporations made their billions off of them. Now due to substance abuse and diagnosed psychiatric disorders our loved ones are now aimlessly begging for the attention they were once given , instead of the help they actually need. All while we sit back and just laugh... The most irresponsible parties involved in all of this is our media, specifically the “culturally conscious”. For us to continue to post slander and tear one another down for click bait to make these white supremacy propagated platforms more money is asinine and deplorable. These cannibalistic tactics only destroy “Us”. Really, in post like this, who wins??? We might chuckle, joke, pass the gossip on through our low frequency vibrations but does it truly make you feel good??? Especially knowing that there are higher powers looking down at you. So I hold @iheartradio @complex @worldstar accountable!...

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