Tasha K, one of the biggest celebrity bloggers in the game, apologized to Cardi B after a $4 million defamation lawsuit verdict was upheld.
Cardi B is coming for her all coins due to her. She has started the process to garnish Tasha K’s assets after winning her defamation case.
Last week bloggers got a reminder that you can’t talk reckless about celebrities without receipts. Tasha K has finally spoken up after being found guilty of defaming and slandering Cardi B.
Cardi B has received favorable news about an ongoing legal beef she has with a blogger. A judge says Tasha K needs more people with her claims that Belcalis assaulted her.
It seems Future no longer wants the legal smoke with his ex love interest. It has been confirmed he has withdrawn any legal action against his daughter’s mother.
It seems Future is thinking a couple of steps ahead when it come his legal back and forth with Eliza Reign. He claims she was not the subject of some harsh subliminal shots.
Natasha Tynes, the woman who shamed a Black Washington, D.C. Metro subway worker for eating on a train, lost her book deal after her Twitter callout of the employee went viral. The Jordanian-American author is suing her former book publisher for defamation to the tune of $13 million.
The ongoing legal beef between Cardi B and a celebrity blogger is about to get expensive. After the Invasion Of Privacy rapper initially filed a $1 million lawsuit against Tasha K for spreading alleged falsehoods, Tasha K is countersuing after claiming she’s been getting violent threats from fans of the rapper.
The legal battle between Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and news outlet HipHopDX has apparently come to an end. After Fif blasted the website for falsely reporting about the rapper’s deal with mixed martial arts prompting him to call the site a “fake news” hub, HHDX launched a $3 million defamation lawsuit that was eventually dropped.
Social media can either make or break you. Desiigner has been hit with papers over an Instagram rant.
Singer and songwriter Frank Ocean can now breathe a sigh of relief after he and his legal team beat the $14.5 million libel case brought by his father.
TMZ is accused of defaming a man, by wrongfully naming him as the rapper who cut his penis off and jumped out of an apartment window. Marques Johnson filed a lawsuit against the website over a 2014 story where he was misidentified as alleged Wu-Tang affiliated rhymer, Christ Bearer.