In the ongoing lawsuit against Youtuber Tasha K for her highly offensive claims, Cardi says Tasha’s lawyers asked for her medical reports but the judge denied them. This all started when Tasha K, a youtuber claimed that Cardi cheated on her husband. She also claimed that Cardi worked as a prostitute and have contracted herpes and HPV.

Judge Ray ordered the University Of California, Los Angeles Center for Women’ss Pelvic Health to send him all the medical reports “related solely to testing for herpes and HPV.”

The “Bodak Yellow” singer’s reports are an important piece of evidence. Cardi’s lawyer told rolling stone that Cardi does not have HPV or herpes and the claims are vile and false.

Cardi previously clarified that she will have to share the entirety of her medical records with the judge which has now been already sent to the judge. In response to the story being posted on The Neighborhood Talk, she wrote “The test results been turned in for three months already however her lawyer requested for all of my medical records which got denied by the judge, only herpes and HPV will be for trial as judge requested.”

Tasha K’s lawyer also sent a statement to rolling stone saying they have no comment about the order of the plaintiff’s medical report. They are continuing to prepare for jury trials and Kebe is looking forward to finally resolve the matter.

Cardi claims that she wants to publicly prove that Tasha K has been lying about her all this time. She is willing to anything and everything to prove it. Check out this post with Cardi”s response in the comments below.

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