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Cardi B. attends the Thierry Mugler: Couturissime photocall during Paris Fashion Week at Musee des Arts Decoratifs on September 28, 2021 in Paris, France.
Cardi B dressed up as Marge Simpson in a Thierry Mugler-inspired dress for Halloween on Instagram.
AleXsandro Palombo, who created the original artwork, wants legal action against the rapper.
Palombo's attorney says Cardi B misappropriated his work without proper credit.
A contemporary pop artist known for turning The Simpsons into his art says he may take action against Cardi B for recreating his work in a Halloween Instagram post.
Italian artist AleXsandro Palombo claims Cardi B was never authorized to use his art for her Oct. 31 post, in which the rapper portrayed Marge Simpson in a dress that was cut out at the back to reveal her butt cleavage .
Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, didn't credit Palombo in her post but did use an image of his art in the series of photos she posted.
However, in her Instagram caption, she nodded to French designer Thierry Mugler, the designer whose dress inspired Palombo's work.
Palombo, who created the artwork for Vogue UK in 2013, wrote in an Instagram post that he contacted Cardi B and received no response.
A model wears the Thierry Mugler dress that inspired Palombo's work in 1995. The dress was part of Mugler's Fall/Winter ready-to-wear collection Pierre Vauthey/Sygma/Sygma via Getty Images
Claudio Volpi, an attorney working with Palombo, told Artnet News that Cardi B disregarded "the most basic rules of copyright and Instagram policies" when she used Palombo's art without attribution.
Volpi also told Artnet that after the picture was posted on the social media accounts of Cardi B and two of her team members, Palombo reached out to them and asked those involved to correct the mistake and take him to his Instagram page to link.
When that request wasn't met, Volpi sent a formal notice saying if Cardi B and her team fail to comply with the demands, they could take legal action, Volpi told the outlet.
In October, Cardi B won a lawsuit after a man accused the rapper of abusing his likeness by using his tattoos in her raunchy album cover.
Representatives for Cardi B and Palombo did not immediately respond to the insider's request for comment.
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Cardi B
American rapper and songwriter (*1992)
Thierry Mugler
French fashion designer and photographer (1945-2022)

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