This week, Cardi B was granted $1.25 million in damages after she successfully sued a YouTuber for breaching her privacy, a claim she won.
‘Intentionally’ causing ’emotional anguish’ to the rapper, the court determined LaTasha Kebe (known as Tasha K).
After a two-week trial in which both parties presented their arguments, the jury returned its judgment on Monday.
To address Kebe’s’malicious’ statements accusing the I Like It rapper of cheating on her spouse and other claims, the Bodak Yellow hitmaker went to court in March 2019.
As a result, the Grammy-winning musician said that the social media personality was trying to “destroy” her career by making bogus charges that began in April of 2018.
UnWinewithTashaK, a YouTube channel, said that the rapper had contemplated suicide in the wake of the allegations.
A source tells Billboard that the celebrity “felt incredibly suicidal, and powerless.” According to TMZ, she reportedly said, “I was feeling discouraged, unhappy, and I didn’t want to have sex with my spouse.”
Meanwhile, according to Rolling Stone, Kebe refuted the rapper’s claims and launched her own case, which was dismissed in July.