Whew! Cardi B is the ATM because she has all the cash!
The rapper shared a screenshot of a discussion she had with her agency on Twitter. Cardi’s representative reveals what shows she’s been booked for during the conversation. “Over an M a show wit 1 album BIG SUPERSTAR are you dumb?” Cardi captioned the photo. I’m waiting on my agency since I have like three abroad jobs for 2Ms.”
“2.3 for [redacted],” reads one message. [redacted] July “Each?” says Cardi. “1,150,000 per show,” her representative says after that. Every night, this is for [redacted] position.”
“If anyone lost this was about small twitter discussion lol,” she said as she walked into TSR.
Invasion of Privacy, Cardi B’s 3x platinum album, was released in 2018. She recorded the smash singles WAP with Megan Thee Stallion in 2020 and 2021, and she gave us Up in 2021. Both singles debuted at the top of the Billboard charts.
Tasha K recently stated that she did not have the $3.8 million that a judge ordered her to pay Cardi B.
Tasha K was asked about paying Cardi B the $3.8 million she was ordered to pay after losing the slander lawsuit while speaking with Kendall Kyndall and Kendra G of Social Society.
“Do you even have that amount of money to pay in this lawsuit?” Kendra G inquired. “Does Tasha K deserve to be paid so much?” “I ain’t got it,” the mother of two said. “Listen, I ain’t got it,” the host’s laughed. I’m not getting it. Please don’t ask me for money. “I don’t have it.”
“But listen, we have business things in place that take care of things like this,” Tasha K said. But, of course, the appellate court and the supreme court are currently in session,” she said, referring to her appeal.
Cardi B won her defamation case against Tasha K in January, as previously reported. Cardi received a $1 million settlement for “pain and suffering and/or reputational loss.” Cardi was also given money in attorney expenses, which she is expected to earn in the amount of $1.3 million.
Tasha K will also have to pay $1 million in punitive penalties, while Kebe Studios LLC will have to pay $500,000.
“Who trying to pay $4 million?” Tasha K said in response to the host stating she won’t pay. “It’s fantastic, but I got two chirren,” she said when asked about her YouTube checks.
Cardi B won her defamation case against Tasha K in January, as previously reported.