Bhad Bhabie copies Megan thee Stallion’s album cover art?
Bhad Bhabie, the “cash me ousside” fame singer, keeps making it to the headlines for one reason or the other. However, most of these reasons are not based on her singing skills or music. Bhabie, or Danielle Bregoli, is a controversial artist who stays busy with new feuds every week. She shaded Skai Jackson in every way possible, even her new track lyrics will give you a glimpse of her feud with Skai. She was also accused of blackfishing and copying Cardi B style recently. As if that was not enough, the art of her latest track “that’s what I said” has an uncanny resemblance to Megan thee Stallion’s Suga album cover art.
Bhad Bhabie Vs Megan Thee Stallion
Meghan Thee Stallion dropped the Suga album in March after getting a temporary restraining order against the 1501 label. The album received positive feedback. In fact, her Savage track went viral on TikTok. Someone even made a Carole Baskin-Tiger King version of Savage for TikTok, and that went viral too.
Even if you have not heard the Suga album, you must have seen Savage TikToks. And if you have seen those TikToks, then you’d remember the Suga art, that is an open-mouth with a tongue out. Now, Bhad Bhabie released her first track for 2020 and titled it “that’s what I said“. Even though the song seems like a shade to her rivals. However, the art resembles Megan Thee Stallion’s Suga art. And we are wondering, why is no one talking about it?
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This might be a coincidence as Bhad Bhabie’s track art consists of lips apparently formed by brush strokes. Whereas, Megan’s album art seems like an actual real-life mouth.
Do you think that Bhad Bhabie might have copied the art from Megan thee Stallion’s Suga album? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.