Rihanna Reportedly Sued By International Music Duo For Alleged Song Theft

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Rihanna Reportedly Sued By International Music Duo For Alleged Song Theft

Barbados-born Singer and Businesswoman, Rihanna has recently bagged a fresh lawsuit filed against her by a German father-daughter musical duo.

The international duo, professionally known as King Khan and Saba Lou alleged that Rihanna made use of their song for a Fenty Beauty Instagram advertisement which attracted over 3.4 million views without properly seeking permission.

According to TMZ, the fashion icon may have to part ways with some of her money due to the development.

King Khan and Saba Lou revealed in the official court documents presented for the lawsuit that they created and own the music, lyrics of song titled “Good Habits (and Bad)” which Rihanna reportedly used without giving them credit or asking for legal permission.

The duo have asked to be compensated for damages and an immediate removal of their song from the ad post.

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Rihanna debuted her cosmetics company Fenty Beauty under LVMH‘s Kendo Brands in 2017 in a partnership worth $10 million.

On the 8th of September, 2017, the first installment of Fenty Beauty was released in various stores and online and was also available in over 150 countries.

It featured a variety of cosmetic products including foundations, highlighters, blush compacts, and lip glosses etc. that covered a diverse range for all skin colors.

Rihanna has since waxed strong in her cosmetic business, even including a much sought-after skincare line among the list of ‘Fenty’ businesses.

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