YouTuber LaTasha Kebe information for chapter following $4 million Cardi B defamation judgement, saying she has lower than $60,000 to her title.
YouTube gossip vlogger Tasha Ok, whose authorized title is LaTasha Kebe, has filed for chapter 18 months after a decide dominated that she should pay rapper Cardi B greater than $3.4 million in a defamation verdict. Kebe says she has lower than $60,000 in complete belongings and can’t pay the liabilities she now owes to a number of collectors, together with Cardi B.
Cardi B — whose authorized title is Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar — gained a verdict in January 2022 that Tasha Ok had legally defamed her by making false claims about prostitution, STDs, and drug use in her YouTube movies. Following that ruling, Cardi tweeted, “imma come for all the things,” and “BBHMM” (bitch higher have my cash).
However it seems that LaTasha Kebe doesn’t have her cash. Kebe filed an attraction, however the US Courtroom of Appeals upheld the preliminary verdict. The chapter petition filed Thursday (Might 25) makes it clear that Cardi B will unlikely see the cash she is owed any time quickly.
Kebe lists $58,595 in complete belongings to her title, most of which comes from a 2021 Chevrolet Silverado tied as collateral to an auto mortgage. She lists $11,750 in different property, together with two Louis Vuitton purses, and solely $95 in her checking account. The YouTuber counts her trademark for her “UnWineWithTashaK” channel as an asset however admits that the worth of her model is “unknown.”
In the meantime, Kebe’s firm, Kebe Studios LLC, is on the hook for $500,000 of the decision, and it seems the corporate itself has but to file for chapter or if that will probably be dealt with as a part of LaTasha’s current case.
Thursday’s submitting discloses that $10,000 was garnished from her YouTube earnings final 12 months by Cardi B’s attorneys. Kebe additionally reveals that she and her husband earned a mixed earnings from their work as content material creators of $156,021 in 2021 and $134,861 in 2022.
Attorneys for neither Cardi B nor Tasha Ok have responded to media requests for remark.