Blogger Tasha Okay, who misplaced a defamation lawsuit filed in opposition to her by rapper Cardi B, has mere days to delete her previous posts in regards to the star, an Atlanta choose dominated Monday.
Tasha Okay has appealed the almost $4 million judgment in opposition to her. Nevertheless, in line with TMZ, previous posts by which she defamed the rap star should be taken down from her well-liked YouTube web page and social media accounts whereas the attraction is ongoing.
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The rap star testified in January that the movies created by Tasha Okay — whose authorized title is Latasha Kebe — have been harassment.
“I felt actually helpless and hopeless,” mentioned Cardi B, as theGrio beforehand reported. “It was simply fixed harassment.”
The rap star, whose authorized title is Belcalis Almanzar, mentioned on the stand that she “had suicidal ideas each single day, to the purpose that I felt like I used to be being a burden to my household. My mom and husband observed I wasn’t glad. Each time I awakened, I had anxiousness.”
In an announcement afterward, Kebe responded to the Jan. 25 judgment by saying, “We [called] bluff in opposition to a machine that needed to bully me for not wavering from my private beliefs, a machine that has company pursuits to guard prostitution, drug use, promiscuity and to glorify the violence that wreaks havoc on our society and in our neighborhoods. It’s offered to our kids because the ‘it’ issue. This machine, this factor, secured an especially prejudicial verdict in opposition to myself and my firm solely off of sympathy and payola.”
If Kebe wins her attraction, she could repost all her assertions about Cardi B from wherever they have been eliminated.
Social media customers criticized Kebe’s flippant response to the judgment. One wrote, “Tasha Okay is utilizing the Trumpian tactic of performing like this can be a blip on her radar and shifting on. I assume that’s the way you survive … unabashed narcissism and the information that most individuals are idiots and can comply with you anyway.”
As beforehand reported by theGrio, different customers need extra accountability from Kebe. A poster who recognized herself as Simone Johnson mentioned: “Tasha, are you studying these feedback? Individuals need you to take accountability and simply personal your mistake. Put your self in others footwear. No one desires somebody to lie about them. It’s disappointing to see the shortage of accountability right here. I believe she missed a second to rise above this case.”
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