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It comes after the rapper won a £2 million case against Latasha Kebe, also known as Tasha K online, a few months ago. A judge has now ordered Kebe to erase over 20 films, according to a court document obtained by Radio 1 Newsbeat. Kebe launched a “malicious campaign” of false claims against the artist, who is known for hits such as I Like It, Money, and WAP. Kebe is the host of the one-million-subscriber gossip blog UnWineWithTashaK. During the trial, the singer’s lawyers claimed that Kebe had undertaken “a campaign to tarnish and ruin [Cardi B’s] reputation among her followers and the consuming public.” In the next five days, Kebe must remove 21 videos from her YouTube and other media sites.

Cardi B’s lawyers said in the original complaint that Kebe began making “degrading and abusive statements” in early 2018 and continued to do so, falsely claiming the singer had worked as a prostitute at one point. Kebe has been barred from making specific comments regarding Cardi B’s sexual health and personal life by a judge. Both parties had consented to the terms of the “permanent injunction,” according to the judge. The remarks and videos on Kebe’s channel, according to Cardi B’s lawyers, caused her “embarrassment, humiliation, mental agony, and emotional suffering.” Cardi B Kids, Cardi and Cosmetic Surgery: What You May Not Know Following a January trial, a Georgia jury ruled in favor of Cardi B, finding Kebe guilty of defamation, false light, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Kebe was forced to pay Cardi B a total of little over £3 million in damages and legal fees.