UPDATE: Cardi B has won her defamation lawsuit against blogger and YouTube star Tasha K.
Journalist Dennis Bryon, who has been in the courtroom following the trial, delivered the news of the verdict via Twitter writing:
See his original tweet below.
Tasha was found liable on 3 separate counts, and the jury awarded Cardi $1.25 million in damages.
The judge said any potential punitive damages Tasha might owe Cardi will be determined in a future hearing.
Tasha K took to Twitter and released the following statement after the verdict:
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. #unwinewithtashak#nowigottagobye
See her original tweet below.
Read the original post, written on January 13, 2022, below.
Cardi B took the stand in a federal courtroom on Thursday (January 13) in her libel trial against Tasha K.
In March 2019, Cardi filed a defamation lawsuit against the popular blogger and YouTube star, who claimed the Grammy Award-winning artist is a drug addict, a former prostitute, and a gang member with Herpes.
Tasha filed a $3 million countersuit against Cardi that was ultimately thrown out.
During her testimony on Thursday, Cardi B broke down in tears as she told the court, “I wanted to commit suicide over the things” Tasha was saying about her.
She also told the court, “I felt defeated and depressed and I didn’t want to sleep with my husband.”
When her attorney asked how she felt about Tasha K after seeing her posts online, Cardi B said:
I felt like only a demon could do that sh*t.
Cardi testified for about 20 minutes before the court took a break for lunch.
Dennis Byron, the founder of Hip Hop Enquirer, was in the courtroom covering the trial.
He took to Instagram to share details from the trial.
Be sure to follow Dennis on Instagram for more trial coverage.