- Singer Rihanna has been accused of using a song that does not belong to her for an advert for her brand
- A German father-daughter musical duo said Rihanna took the song from a music streaming platform
- The German duo demanded that Rihanna should stop using their song
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US singer Rihanna seems to have got into trouble over an advert she posted on her official Instagram page a few days ago.
TMZ reported that the Umbrella crooner was sued by a German father-daughter musical duo called King Khan and Saba Lou.
The German singers claimed that Rihanna used one of their tracks to advertise her Fenty Beauty brand without their permission.
King Khan and Saba Lou stated that they created the lyrics and music for a song called Good Habits (and Bad), which was used in Rihanna's post.
They noted that Rihanna took the song from a music streaming platform, adding that they want the singer to pay for damages and also to stop using their song.
A peek into Rihanna's Instagram page showed that the singer posted a Fenty Beauty advert five days ago. In the advert, the Love on the Brain crooner was donned in a shirt and trousers as she pushed a big makeup case into a huge showroom.
The advert was posted to create awareness about a product that would be released on Saturday, December 26.
Watch the video below:
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Don Jazzy reacted to the report about Rihanna dating A$AP Rocky.
The duo was said to have sparked dating rumours since the Umbrella crooner broke up with her billionaire boyfriend Hassan Jameel.
Reacting to the news about his love interest, Don Jazzy took to his official Twitter page to state that he is heartbroken.
The Dorobucci crooner then told his fans and followers that they did not check up on him to know how he's faring after they saw the news about Rihanna.
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