When Cardi B said she made money moves, this may or may not be what she meant. According to Entertainment Tonight, the “Bodak Yellow” emcee just won huge in the defamation lawsuit against an Atlanta YouTube blogger who made false accusations against the Bronx native. A decision was made by a federal jury on Monday against the blogger, Latasha Kebe — better known as Tasha K — for defamation and two other forms of misconduct through both her internet posts and YouTube videos which claimed that Cardi B had herpes, used cocaine, and “f*cked herself with beer bottles on f*cking stripper stages.”
Jan 25, 2022
Cardi B continues to make money moves! The rapper has reached another milestone with, “Bodak Yellow,” which just reached one billion views on YouTube, reports Music Times. She now has multiple music videos with more than one billion views via her channel, if we consider collaborations and features. Take her 2018 single “I Like It” alongside Bad Bunny and J. Balvin — for example — which currently has 1.3 billion views. Cardi’s “Bodak Yellow” first made history after it topped Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for three consecutive weeks following its release. Thanks to the breakout single, Cardi B’s debut album, “Invasion of Privacy” achieved huge success. In April, it became the first album by a female rapper to spend three full years on the Billboard 200, dethroning Lauryn Hill for her album, “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” according to REVOLT. On Twitter, Cardi B shared the budget and backstory for “Bodak Yellow” revealing that it only cost $15,000 to make — talk about balling on a...
Aug 2, 2021