Rihanna is being sued by two Canadian artists, who claim the pop artist used their music on Instagram without being asked.

TMZ

and

Pitchfork

report this

on the basis of court

papers on

Wednesday.

Canadian singer King Khan, who now lives in Germany, made the song

Good Habits (and Bad)

in 2012 together with his daughter Saba Lou

.

According to the duo, Rihanna used that record in an advertisement for her own fashion brand Fenty.

The message is said to have been viewed more than 3.4 million times.

The musicians would not have given permission or received compensation.

It is still unclear what compensation the music duo demands.

Both parties have not yet responded to

TMZ

and

Pitchfork

.

Rihanna was also criticized for the use of music in October.

A lingerie fashion show from her brand Savage X Fenty featured fragments of Islamic verses.

The singer later apologized for this.

“I want to thank the Muslim community for pointing out a huge mistake that was inadvertently offensive on our Savage X Fenty show,” wrote the 32-year-old singer.

"More importantly, I would like to apologize for this honest but careless mistake."