Cardi B has set her sights on Tasha K’s belongings in order to fulfill the millions owed to her after the vlogger defamed her name.

In documents obtained by HipHopDX, a writ of execution was filed against Tasha K and Kebe Studios LLC in Georgia on Thursday (April 20).



The document, signed off on by Judge William M. Ray II, notes that the “WAP” rapper has been given the green light to seize property owned by the woman who defamed her in order to cash in on her $3,868,753.47 ruling.

Check out the document below:

On Friday (April 20), Tasha K — who previously joked she had paid off the debt in cash via social media — returned to Twitter with a plea of her own, citing she needs more time.

“Look! Sis & Law I Know you need that cause work is slow for all of us right now, but right now, I ain’t got it!” she wrote alongside a list of outstanding debts. “But let your lawyers know that when I’m up, you gone be up & stuck…You get first dibs after this irs bill gets paid.”

The Grammy Award-winning rapper sued blogger Tasha K back in 2019 following what she believed was a malicious smear campaign posting several false statements about her, including accusing her of having herpes, using a beer bottle as a sex toy when she was an exotic dancer, working as a prostitute and abusing cocaine.

She was awarded more than $2.5million in damages and another $1.3million in legal fees incurred by the rapper when a jury sided with her last January. A judge also issued an injunction forcing Tasha to delete the said videos from her page.

Cardi B: Judge Orders Tasha K To Cough Up $3.8M Bond In Rapper’s Defamation Case

The YouTuber initially refused to take down the defamatory content until she was threatened with time in the clinker. She unsuccessfully appealed the verdict last September, arguing that the original decision against her was due to a “very lopsided presentation of evidence to the jury,” Billboard reported at the time.

Cardi admitted the case had indeed led to some mental health issues. As she told the jury: “I felt extremely suicidal. I felt defeated and depressed and I didn’t want to sleep with my husband… Only an evil person could do that shit.”



Tasha K reportedly admitted she knowingly published lies about Cardi B because it was beneficial to her YouTube platform’s business interests.