Rihanna sued for using artiste's song in Fenty ad without permission

Rihanna is being sued for allegedly using a song in an ad for Fenty without the artistes' permission. 
German father-daughter musical duo King Khan and Saba Lou, claim Rihanna's team used music from their song Good Habits (and Bad) in one of her Instagram posts promoting Fenty brand accessories. 
They also claim Rihanna used their original music and lyrics, without their blessing or legal permission, and instead ripped it from a music streaming platform.
The ad in question allegedly received 3.4 million views. 
They are now suing Rihanna for damages. 
The lawsuit follows claims earlier this year by artist and designer Selah Marley, who insinuated that the global pop star stole some of her ideas for Rihanna's fall Savage X Fenty show. 

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