Cardi B has no plans to stop bothering Tasha K. The rap star sent subpoenas to the blogger and media figure asking for her wire transfers and other bank and tax records. She is still trying to get the $4 million defamation of character judgement she was given paid.

RadarOnline got court papers that say the Bronx native’s latest legal move is an attempt to find out if Tasha K, whose real name is LaTasha Kebe and who filed for bankruptcy in May, has been honest about her finances. Cardi told the judge in charge of Kebe’s bankruptcy case that subpoenas are being sent to different financial institutions where Kebe is thought to have accounts.

Some of the people who have been asked about Kebe’s assets are Morris Legal & Tax LLC, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Discover Financial, and American Express. This includes information about Kebe’s deposits, withdrawals, transfers, cancelled checks, wires, and account records. She also asked to see Kebe’s tax returns for 2019 through 2022 and the papers Kebe used to make those returns.

The rapper’s filing is about “all documents and communications received by or sent to third parties other than the Debtor, including but not limited to the Internal Revenue Service, regarding the Debtor’s finances, employment, income, expenses, businesses, or business interests, including Kebe Studios, LLC, Monalisa Brown, LLC, and Yelen Entertainment, LLC.”

In January 2022, Kebe was found guilty of slandering Cardi and hurting her feelings on purpose. At the time, he was told to pay Cardi nearly $3 million. After Kebe tried to appeal the verdict and asked for a new trial, the judge told her she had to pay the Invasion of Privacy rapper $4 million right away or find money to pay for her appeal.

Kebe filed for bankruptcy in May of this year, saying that she had less than $60,000 in total assets. Many people thought that she was trying to escape giving the rap star the seven-figure sum she was supposed to pay him.

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