Cardi B is overjoyed after winning a legal battle over the “Raunchy” mixtape cover art.
Cardi B, whose actual name is Belcalis Almánzar, had been involved in a court dispute with Kevin Brophy, who claimed that the Grammy-winning rapper had improperly copied his back tattoos for her sexually suggestive mixtape cover art in 2016.
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The petitioner claimed his back tattoo’s inclusion on Cardi B’s obscene cover album as embarrassing. His arguments, however, were denied.
The judgement absolves Cardi B from the payment of millions of dollars in demanded damages after it was determined that she was not legally culpable in Brophy’s lawsuit whose back tattoos were unintentionally superimposed onto a “raunchy” album cover.
The rapper wrote on Twitter “I just won this lawsuit …I’m soo emotional right now …I wanna kiss God’s feet right now …..I’M BEYOND GRATEFUL.”
The applicant still has two ways to challenge the ruling, if he so chooses: first, by requesting the judge to reverse the ruling, and second, by taking the matter before a federal appeals court.
This was her tweet
I just won this lawsuit …Im soo emotional right now 🥲…I wanna kiss Gods feet right now …..IM BEYOND GRATEFUL!!!!
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) October 21, 2022
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