Cardi B has been sued by producers Joshua Fraustro and Miguel Aguilar, who are alleging copyright infringement. The production duo, who are also known as Kemika1956, claim that Cardi stole the beat used in the rap superstar’s 2024 Top 10 hit, “Enough (Miami)” from their song, “Greasy Frybread.” Fraustro and Aguilar issued their complaint in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, accusing Cardi B along with the song’s producers — James D. Steed (DJ Swanqo) and Joshua Parker (OG Parker) — of copyright infringement.

The 2021 single, “Greasy Frybread,” received widespread recognition after it was featured prominently in the FX series, Reservation Dogs. Atlantic Records, Celebrity Booking Agency, and Warner Music Group are also listed as defendants in the lawsuit. Fraustro and Aguilar are seeking damages for copyright infringement, unfair competition, and misappropriation. Representatives for Cardi B have yet to respond to the lawsuit. (Variety)