Cardi B allegedly copied a guy's photo without his permission and made it seem like he was performing oral on her for her mixtape cover — and now he's filed a lawsuit.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Kevin Michael Brophy Jr. is a married man with kids who was shocked to discover a photo of him appeared on the cover of "Gangsta Bitch Music Vol. 1," a mixtape the rapper released in 2016.
Brophy says he was "shocked, outraged, humiliated, and appalled" when he first saw the photo. He claims Cardi used the pic "in a misleading, offensive, humiliating and provocatively sexual way to launch her career in music and entertainment."
In his suit, Brophy says he "has been devastated as a result" of the mixtape cover and he was worried that "his wife believed he had betrayed her." He even said his young son, who was enrolled in a Christian pre-kindergarten school, saw the photo while he and his wife were reviewing it and had to explain how it wasn't him in the photo.
He claims the tattoo visible in the photo is "one of a kind" and was done over 10 years ago.
Brophy is seeking damages in excess of $5,000,000.