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SMH: Cardi B Said She Was ‘Extremely Suicidal’ Over Blogger Tasha K’s Alleged Lie Spewing While Tearfully Testifying In Defamation Case


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Cardi B appeared in federal court docket this week and have become emotional whereas testifying towards YouTube blogger Tasha Ok in her defamation lawsuit. Cardi B’s testimony was made to help her declare that the blogger’s quite a few allegations that she made about her between 2018-2019 have been defamatory in nature.

According to PEOPLE, the ‘” Like It” rapper informed jurors throughout an emotional testimony in a Georgia federal courtroom on Thursday morning that she was left feeling “extremely suicidal” resulting from alleged lies spewed about her by “Tasha K,” born Latasha Kebe. Tasha made a number of claims that Cardi is denying, together with that the rapper was a “prostitute”, contracted a number of STIs, “f–ked herself with beer bottles on f—king stripper stages,” and that her daughter Kulture might have been born with “intellectual disabilities” resulting from Cardi allegedly utilizing medicine throughout her being pregnant.

Being pushed to tears whereas talking, Cardi B broke down over the emotional toll Kebe’s allegations allegedly took on her. Cardi B claimed she turned suicidal at one level and the rapper stated,

“I felt defeated and depressed, and I didn’t want to sleep with my husband.”

Cardi B, reminding jurors that the drama with Kebe occurred across the time she and Offset welcomed Kulture, their first youngster, informed the jurors she felt like,

“I didn’t deserve my kid. I felt like only a demon could do that sh*t.”

She later apologized for her language to these within the courtroom, famous TMZ.

In case you missed it, in July a choose dismissed a $3 million countersuit Tasha Ok served Cardi in 2019. Tasha alleged the rapper assaulted and threatened her.

 



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