Tasha K Trolls Cardi B By Announcing She's Giving Away the Last $1083 In Her Business Account
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Tasha K Trolls Cardi B By Announcing She’s Giving Away the Last $1083 In Her Business Account

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The saga continues.

The more Cardi B tries to collect the money owed to her by Tasha K, the more it seems that the YouTuber makes a mockery of the whole ordeal.

The latest news about the collection efforts of Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, aka Cardi B revealed that the reported move of Tasha K to Africa has left a total of $1,083.02 in her bank accounts.

On her UnwinewithTashaK Instagram page, she posted that she is having a giveaway that totals $1083 for anyone who posts a video and tags her in it telling her what they need the money for. She states that the contest winner will be announced this Sunday live.

She posted a video leaving a Chase bank branch with a withdrawal slip announcing her intention to give it to someone who can use it. She claims she just got back to America after being in Africa to obtain the rest of her money. Although she states that she can use it, she has “$4 million plus other debts” but she says she feels someone else can use the money.

#ATTENTION WINOS Listen Up ! We are doing a #Giveaway for my last $1,083 💸 Make a reel and tell me WHAT YOU NEED THE MONEY FOR ! I ain’t got it but imma give you what I got 😬 Tag me in the video and use the hashtag #TashaKLive & #IAintGotIt ! I will announce the winner Sunday live on YOUTUBE ! SEE YOU SUNDAY 🥂🥂😎”

 

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After the W.A.P. rapper won a defamation lawsuit against Latasha Kebe, aka Tasha K, it was reported that the social media maven has reportedly been on the run as she has moved to Africa. She has not made a payment to Cardi B as she is making an attempt to seize Tasha K’s assets.

Meanwhile, last month, Tasha K was seen flossing on her social media account in the backseat of a Mercedes-Benz, while boasting that she just deposited 600 million CFA, or approximately $882,277.20, in an African bank. 


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