Read Highlights from Cardi B's DepositionBack in 2017, a man with an unfortunate back tattoo named Kevin Michael Brophy, Jr. sued Cardi B for allegedly using his likeness without his permission on the cover of her 2016 Gangsta Bitch Music Vol. 1 mixtape. The image shows what appears to be Brophy performing oral sex on Cardi. In his lawsuit, he claims he did not pose for a photo nor has he ever met the rapper, so, naturally, he’s looking for $5 million in damages, Yahoo reports. He alleges he was “shocked, outraged, humiliated, and appalled” when he saw the cover, and that “his wife believed he had betrayed her.” When Cardi appeared in New York court on Monday for the disposition, her responses to Brophy’s lawyer’s questions were, in a word, aspirational. Let’s take a look.