Nicki Minaj is being sued by another rapper over her song “Rich Sex,” which appeared on her 2018 album, Queen.
Jawara Headley, who performs under the name Brinx Billions is seeking more than $200 million in damages from the rapper, Universal Music Group, Young Money, and Cash Money, according to TMZ.
Billions reportedly wrote a similar version in 2016 and he claimed Nicki ‘ripped off’ his song for bop on her 2018 album, Queen.
In documents obtained by the publication, Brinx alleged that Nicki told him it would be extremely marketable and become a global hit.
He reportedly wrote the specific lyrics ‘It ain’t such a thing as broke and handsome.’
Billions also claimed ‘her song also has similar music, musical notes, musical arrangement, musical beats and musical rhythm.’
According to him, Nicki should be credited as the sole author, creator, composer, writer, and producer of the song “Rich Sex.”
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers reported Headley is already credited as a writer of Rich Sex.