The mother of two spoke of how Tasha K's, a famous YouTuber, accused her of being a prostitute and a drug addict.
In a court hearing that was held on the 13th of January, Cardi B shared how Tasha's allegations made her feel helpless to a point that she even became suicidal. Cardi B narrated how she suffered from fatigue, anxiety, and migraines from being in a disturbed marital life with her husband Offset.
Cardi B testified that she felt defeated and depressed that she didn't want to sleep or get intimate with her husband. Cardi B had filed a lawsuit against Tasha in 2019. In court documents obtained by E! News, Cardi alleged that Tasha used her social media to spread malicious rumors, slanderous assertions, and false information about Cardi B for her financial benefit.
This lawsuit by Cardi B is meant to stop and tame unverified rumors by bloggers and YouTubers. Thank you for reading. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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