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Cardi B tries to get a gag order on blogger Tasha K

After Cardi B won a $4 million defamation lawsuit against the YouTube personality Tasha Kthe rapper now wants a gag order placed on the blogger.

On Thursday, the Grammy-winning rapper asked a federal judge to permanently ban Tasha K from posting “harmful and disgusting lies” about her on the internet, Billboard reported. Cardi wants to impose a permanent injunction against Tasha where a court order would force the YouTuber to remove all defamatory claims about the internet rapper and ban her from reposting them.

“The plaintiff brought this action because the defendants refused to stop targeting her with harmful and disgusting lies,” Cardi’s legal team wrote.

“Damages alone are not enough to deal with defendants’ constant threat to repeat defamatory statements [and] the defendants explicitly stated that they would continue to publish the defamatory statements unless an injunction was issued.

The filing comes after Cardi sued Tasha in 2019 for posting YouTube videos accusing the rapper of shocking allegations she proved to be false. Since winning the lawsuit, Cardi says Tasha hasn’t taken down all the videos with the defamatory claims, rolling stone reports.

“Not all videos and posts containing the defamatory statements have been removed from the defendants’ social media accounts,” Cardi’s filing reads.

The new filing accuses Tasha, whose legal name is Latasha Kebe, of posing a ‘constant and ongoing threat’ to Cardi even after she testified in January that she wouldn’t stop posting defamatory statements unless she was forced to. by the court.

“Unless someone forces you to, you will never stop repeating those statements about my client?” one of Cardi’s attorneys asked Tasha in court, the new filing says.

“That’s right,” Kebe replied.

“So the only way at this point these videos will go out is if this court forces you to [remove them]. Is that correct?” insisted the lawyer.

“That’s right,” Kebe replied.

“Are you saying that to stop you from calling my client ‘Cold Sore B’, my client needs to get a gag?” asked the lawyer.

“Yes, ma’am,” Kebe replied.

The filing also cites a tweet Tasha sent on Jan. 26 saying “No LIE was told about anyone.”

“Plaintiff seeks only to require Defendants to remove all videos and posts containing the defamatory statements from their social media accounts and to enjoin Defendants from reposting those same statements,” the new filing concludes.