Man Sues Cardi B Over ‘Gangsta Bitch Music Vol. 1’ Cowl Artwork


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Cardi B has one other authorized battle on her fingers. A person is suing her over her Gangsta Bitch Music Vol. 1 album cowl.

As noticed on Hype Beast the Bronx bombshell is being accused of ruining somebody’s life but once more. Kevin Michael Brophy Jr. is alleging that the visuals from Cardi B’s 2016 venture has folks pondering he ate the “WAP” rapper’s field. The art work in query options Bardi nonchalantly sipping a chilly Corona beer, from a glass bottle by no means the can, as an unidentified man snacks on her most non-public of locations. The gentleman in query sports activities a really distinctive tattoo that contains a serpent and tiger which Brophy claims was digitally lifted from his again and photoshopped on to the mannequin’s again.

He detailed his anguish in a proper assertion. “It seems like I’m giving oral intercourse to anyone that’s not my spouse, anyone that’s not my accomplice, and a picture that I by no means signed off on, ever,” he mentioned. He went on to trash the art work calling it “utterly raunchy [and] disgusting. “Being a father of two and a faithful husband and a person of religion as nicely, this goes in opposition to every little thing that I stand for, and I might by no means ever log off on one thing like this” he added.

This week Cardi confirmed up in courtroom and her authorized crew referred to as huge cap on his allegations of any similarities. “That’s a Black man with hair, and this can be a white man with a shaven head,” Peter J. Anderson, the rapper’s legal professional, mentioned when evaluating the quilt mannequin and Brophy Jr. The authorized eagle additionally referred to as out that the tattoo artist owns the copyright to the tattoo and he has by no means filed any authorized claims over the album art work.

Cardi B is anticipated to take the witness stand this week. You’ll be able to see the unique art work beneath.

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