Megan Thee Stallion has found herself in a new controversy, this time involving an AI-generated sex tape that’s been circulating online.

The Grammy Award-winning rapper has vehemently denied her involvement in the doctored video and is prepared to take legal action against anyone promoting it as genuine. “It’s really sick how yall go out of the way to hurt me when you see me winning,” she wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter. “Yall going too far. Fake ass shit. Just know today was your last day playing with me and I mean it.”

Megan is not alone in dealing with AI misuse in the music industry. Cardi B also faced a situation where her voice was used in a deepfake to push a money scam. Cardi shared a clip featuring the fake voiceover and tweeted, “AI is crazy smh….another lawsuit that fell right on my lap…I love easy money.”

Just a few days later, rapper Sexyy Red fell victim to a similar scam. A digitized version of her voice was used to falsely advertise ‘free money.’ Sexyy Red responded by retweeting the video and stating, “My lawyer bout to have a field day.”

The issue of AI-generated content is becoming a growing concern for celebrities, particularly in the music industry. Megan, Cardi B, and Sexyy Red have all spoken out against these fraudulent uses of their likenesses, emphasizing a need for stricter regulations and legal repercussions.

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