Canadian comedian The 6 At Six isn’t here for the Cardi B mixtape cover art drama. The popular Instagram star has come forward to single out a model accusing Cardi of using his image for her first underground effort.
The 6 went to Instagram to put an immediate end to the hype and take credit for Cardi’s Gangsta B**ch Music Vol 1 artwork.
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
This week, a report emerged about a male model going at Cardi’s pockets with a multi-million dollar lawsuit.
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)
No stranger to speaking her mind, Cardi recently rallied up support for strippers.
Earlier in the week, Cardi and recently reunited boyfriend Offset sparked headlines after making it rain in a strip club.
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