Cardi B Is Psychologically Worn Out By The Slanders Thrown At Her
Cardi B filed a defamation lawsuit against Youtuber Tasha Kebe for allegedly making “derogatory and harassing” comments on YouTube.
In her defamation lawsuit against YouTuber LaTasha Kebe (a.k.a. Tasha K), Cardi B told a federal jury that Kebe was “extremely suicidal” over her slander.
Testifying in Georgia on Thursday, Cardi B talked about how Kebe’s allegations, including her alleged sexually transmitted diseases, affected her psychologically.
“I felt extremely suicidal,” Cardi said, adding that she also felt “helpless,” according to Billboard.
Cardi said, per TMZ, “I felt defeated and depressed and I didn’t want to sleep with my husband.”
She also revealed that she felt she didn’t deserve Kulture, her 3-year-old daughter, which is a very bad feeling for a mother. According to Billboard reports, the Hustlers star stated that she felt physical and psychological ailments such as fatigue, weight loss, migraines, as Kebe speculation was made available to nearly 1 million people in 2018 and 2019.
“Only an evil person could do that s–,” Cardi said, apologizing to the judge for using profanity.
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According to Rolling Stone, her lawsuit against Kebe began on Monday. In a lawsuit she filed in March 2019, Cardi accused Kebe of making multiple slanderous allegations against her, including alleging that the rapper was a prostitute, cheated on her husband, used cocaine, and contracted herpes and HPV.
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She stated that Kebe deliberately made such claims to destroy herself.
According to the complaint, it is stated that a video shared in September 2018 reached an audience that was much higher than the number of viewers Kebe normally collects, and reached a view rate of 4 million.
According to Rolling Stone’s report, Judge William M. Ray II denied Kebe’s allegations in July.
Cardi’s representative contacted PEOPLE and did not comment.
“Kebe has failed to produce any evidence that plaintiff herself threatened Kebe or made her believe that she was going to harm her,” he determined.