New York rapper Cardi B is hoping race plays a huge role in a publicized lawsuit. The hip-hop diva has fired back at a legal headache over her Gangsta B*tch Music Vol. 1 street album cover art.
According to reports, Cardi believes the suit shouldn’t hold up in court mainly because the plaintiff is a white man.
The album cover shows a guy giving Cardi B oral sex … his back prominently displayed on the cover. Cardi B says the male model on the cover is a “young, dark-skinned male.” The plaintiff is a middle-aged white dude from Newport Beach. She also notes the model on the cover has no neck tattoo while the plaintiff has a prominent “Born to Lose” tat on the back of his neck. (TMZ)
Back in October, a report emerged about a male model going at Cardi’s pockets with a multi-million dollar lawsuit over the project’s cover art.
Kevin Brophy says the image is 100% him, but he only found out about it when a friend said how crazy is it that you’re “cunnilinging [sic] this rapper called Cardi B.” According to the docs, obtained by TMZ, the artwork made for a seriously awkward moment when Brophy’s pre-K son asked what Daddy was doing in the picture, and who’s that girl? Brophy says his son keeps bringing it up, too. (TMZ)
However, Canadian comedian The 6 At Six came forward and shut down the male model going at Cardi.
Whoever this fuckin bum ass "Kevin Brophy" is needs to find another way to finesse food for his kids. Fuckin lame ass nigga. @iamcardib iunno if this shit is real but it's all over the fuckin internet right now. Tag Cardi, tag TMZ, tag Worldstar. This nigga a FRAUD n I'm not sue'n cardi for shit. Lesson learned??? DONT TRY TO SUE PEOPLE WHEN YOU DONT KNOW WA GWAN! #NiggaTriedToFinesse #HeFailed @tmz_tv @worldstar @theshaderoom @balleralert #CardiB