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If Cardi B hopes to collect a $4 million judgment from YouTuber LaTasha "Tasha K" Kebe, she will be forced to leave the country to find her.

Tasha K was ordered to pay Cardi B nearly $4 million in damages and legal fees for slandering the Bronx rapper on her YouTube channel.

Unable to pay the judgment, Tasha has apparently fled the U.S. for the North African country of Morocco.

She posted a photo on her Instagram page that shows her wearing a headscarf and a colorful Kaftan dress.

Tasha captioned the image:

"Life in Africa is turning out to be exactly what I needed. A fresh start! This week I will be releasing my first VLOG of my new life in Africa and showing you all our expanded family.

Make sure to go to and download #TashaKLive app to watch our exclusive, lives, interviews, documentaries and family VLOGS !"

Tasha apparently fled the country after losing her appeal to get the judgment tossed out.

Last month, Cardi B's attorneys filed a document with a Georgia court to seize Tasha's assets, which will be difficult to do now.

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Tasha listed her Atlanta area house for $5K rent on July 3, and moved her family to Florida that same month.

According to, the rental listing was removed on August 9 after Tasha re-filed an appeal in Georgia on Aug. 4, according to YouTube vlogger ATLien.

They say Morocco is a beautiful place to start a new life if you owe millions of dollars in debt in America. Morocco is out of the reach of most debt collectors who are limited by the laws of the United States.

Check out Tasha's Instagram post below.

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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.

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According to RWS, Pastor John Gray may have confirmed his latest cheating scandal.

In an exclusive interview with gossip vlogger Tasha K, an adult entertainer reveals she had intimate relations with the promiscuous pastor. The woman provided Tasha K with video receipts to prove their encounter.

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After every previous cheating scandal, Pastor John has admitted his weaknesses, confessed his sins, and pleaded with his long-suffering wife, Aventer Gray, not to leave him.

In a video posted on Instagram last week, Pastor John again discusses his failings and vulnerability as a husband, father and man of God and reveals he was molested as a 4-year-old boy.

"I've been ashamed my whole life," he said. "I said to the Lord if I'm going to be who I truly desire to be, I'm gonna need You to free me, because my mind is cluttered with shame and pain and fear and guilt and I can't get free."

He added: "So I'm taking the power back from the devil and I'm taking responsibility for my future... I'm tired of living a lie. I'm tired of lying and saying it's all good when it's not..."

Watch the video below.

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YouTuber Tasha K grew her large following by dragging and insulting rapper Cardi B on a daily basis. Now a judge has ordered the vlogger to delete any and all mentions of the rapper from her social media.

That's a daunting task for the vlogger, real name Latasha Kebe, who mentioned Cardi in thousands of posts across all of her social media feeds.

Earlier this year, Tasha K lost a $3 million defamation lawsuit, which she is appealing. Despite losing the lawsuit, Tasha reportedly refused to take the old content down.

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However, Cardi filed a motion asking a judge to force Tasha to remove all of her old content that mentions the rap star.

Tasha reportedly asked the judge for more time, since she built her career using Cardi's name. She has a few more days to delete all her old posts, an Atlanta judge ruled Monday.

"I felt really helpless and hopeless," said Cardi B," according to the Grio. "It was just constant harassment."

If Tasha wins her appeal, she might re-post all of the content. But, for now, she has to take it all down.

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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.
RELATED: Cardi B Wins Defamation Lawsuit Against Blogger Tasha K
"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.

Watch Tasha K's unrepentant video below:


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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 was awarded an additional $2.8 million in punitive damages and attorney's fees after winning her defamation lawsuit against a YouTube vlogger.

The mom-of-two won a $1.25 million verdict against Latasha Kebe after a week-long trial in Atlanta.

Cardi, 29, filed suit against Latasha in 2019 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia that hears cases in Atlanta, where Latasha lives.

Cardi sued for defamation, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress after Latasha, 39, allegedly called her a prostitute, claimed she used drugs, and was infected with herpes in a series of videos.

"None of the aforementioned statements about plaintiff are true," Cardi's legal team replied in her lawsuit filing. "Plaintiff was never a prostitute or a user of cocaine. Plaintiff has never, and does not now, have herpes, nor has she had herpes outbreaks on her mouth."

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On Tuesday, Cardi was awarded an additional $1.5 million in punitive damages, plus $1.3 million for attorney's fees, reports.

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

After the verdict on Monday, Latasha tweeted:

"My Husband, Attorney's, & I fought really hard. I want to thank them for their long hours and sleepless nights. Winos it's only up from here. See y'all in a few days. Back to work."

She also thanked the 1 million subscribers of her "unWine with Tasha K" YouTube channel:

"I forgot to thank all of the viewers for all of your support. In this business, this is part of the protocol. Everyone in my seat has been through this, & this ain't the last. This comes with the territory. See y'all Friday! It's long overdue!"

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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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Federal authorities are investigating whether a former employee of the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) leaked information about incarcerated singer R. Kelly to a blogger.

Kelly was arrested over 2 years ago in Chicago and extradited to New York to stand trial on racketeering and sex trafficking charges.

According to BOP records, the employee accessed R. Kelly's files on a computer server 153 times in 2019. The employee had no authority to read the records.

Prosecutors asked a judge for permission to subpoena the employee's computer after YouTube vlogger Tasha K reported information only a prison employee would know.

In the affidavit which was unsealed in federal court in Chicago August 18, the employee is identified only as "Officer A."

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Kelly is identified as "Inmate A... a nationally recognized celebrity whose criminal case has received media attention."

According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Joseph Fitzpatrick, a spokesman for U.S. Attorney John Lausch, confirmed "Inmate A" is Kelly.

Details contained in the affidavit was first reported by the Chicago Tribune.

The employee accessed records pertaining to Kelly while he was an inmate at Chicago's Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in 2019. The employee worked at the Thomson Correctional Center from May 2019 until December 2019 when she retired, according to the affidavit.

BOP records shows the officer in question used her BOP password to access Kelly's records between July 15, 2019 and Dec. 12, 2019 — even though the officer was not assigned to the MCC and was not authorized to access them.

In total, 60 BOP employees accessed Kelly's records from July 15, 2019, through Jan. 8, 2020, according to the affidavit. But the officer in question accessed the records 153 times.

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Tasha K, real name Latasha Kebe, 39, runs a popular Instagram blog and YouTube channel called UnwinewithTashaK. Her last known address is in Atlanta.

Tasha K reported information about Kelly known only to BOP employees, such as inmate calls, visitation logs, emails and funds, the affidavit said.

Tasha K's Instagram and YouTube channel were monitored by a federal agent after she published Kelly's visitation list and revealed a date of Dec. 5, 2019, at 8:07 a.m. in a Jan. 12, 2020 Instagram post.

The agent wrote that BOP records showed the employee accessed Kelly's records at that same time. Other BOP employees accessed the records at other times of the day, the agent wrote.

The employee also sent an email from her official BOP email address to a Gmail address on Nov. 13, 2019, and attached a 12-page document that contained Kelly's visitor records and money logs, according to the affidavit.

Tasha K reported some of the details in that email attachment in a Dec. 22, 2019 YouTube video, the agent wrote.

No charges have been filed against Tasha K.

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According to TMZ, a judge recently tossed Tasha's $3 million lawsuit against rapper Cardi B, in which she claimed the rapper assaulted her after she reported allegations about the star's minor daughter, Kulture.

Kelly faces federal racketeering charges in Brooklyn alleging he recruited women and girls for illegal sex and filmed child pornography.

Kelly has pleaded not guilty to all charges. He faces up to life in prison if found guilty on all counts.

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Notorious gossip vlogger Tasha K (left) got a phone call from Sabrina Peterson after her show Friday night.

Sabrina (right) is the woman who accused rapper Tip "T.I." Harris of putting a gun to her head.

After her allegations went viral, a number of women came forward to accuse T.I. and his wife, Xscape singer Tameka Harris, of drugging and trafficking them.

No charges have been filed against the couple, but the damage has been done to their reality TV careers.

Tasha K is the vlogger known for spinning wild stories about celebrities for 'likes' and views on YouTube.

She was in court last week for a preliminary hearing in rapper Cardi B's defamation case against her.

Tasha recorded the phone call between herself and Sabrina on Friday. Both women scream over each other and call each other names.

Your auntie only watched half of the video. It's difficult to hear anything due to all the yelling.

Tasha claims Sabrina threatened to "cut" her. Tasha threatened to provide receipts proving Sabrina cut someone else and was previously jailed for assault.

Watch the video below.