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American Singer, The Weekend Set To Sue Wizkid And Artistes That Trademark “Starboy”

American Singer, The Weekend Set To Sue Wizkid And Artistes That Trademark “Starboy”

American Singer, The Weekend Set To Sue Wizkid And Artistes That Trademark “Starboy”

Well, it seems that Wizkid may have reconciled with Davido over their long term beef. But he might have gotten himself into some sought of tangle as American rapper The weekend has said he would sue Wizkid and every other artiste using the trademark name Starboy. The Weekend had long taken that name as a trademark name before Wizkid jumped on it and now uses the name for his own purposes which has not gone down well with the American rapper and he feels he is the only Starboy and the real one at that and his Lawyers are ready to take on any imposters. American Singer, The Weekend Set To Sue Wizkid And Artistes That Trademark “Starboy”

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According to TMZ, a filed documentation was up against Eymun Talasazan, a realtor and this was put forward by  the Canadian singer’s lawyers . But there were claims that the Talasazan had earlier filed to trademark “Starboy” long after The Weekend’s album and hit song of the same name. But that is not all. on digging deep, it was discovered that Talasazan had other businesses that were to remain hidden due ti infringement of copyright as it revealed he had earlier filed to trademark Outta Bombton” and “Runnin’ Through the 6. and it could only mean one thing. He was in it for the money.

From staying on the number two slot for  eight consecutive weeks, “Starboy” reached number one on the Billboard Hot chart 100 and it was a third time The weekend has achieved such feet and Daft Punk’s first-ever time on that high spot.

American Singer, The Weekend Set To Sue Wizkid And Artistes That Trademark “Starboy”

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