Jeezy Sued By Hells Angels Over Logo Usage
Jeezy is being sued by the Hells Angels regarding his alleged use of the motorcycle club's logo for his 8732 Apparel.
Jeezy is being sued by the Hells Angels, according to TMZ.com.
The motorcycle club filed a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages against Jeezy’s 8732 Apparel for its alleged use of the Hells Angels Death Head logo, as per TMZ.com.
The lawsuit, which also seeks to stop 8732 Apparel from selling merchandise featuring the logo in dispute, alleges that Jeezy has made money by using the Hells Angels logo on 8732 Apparel jackets and hats, TMZ.com says.
Although the logos are similar, the 8732 logo is not identical to the Hells Angeles logo.
A comparison of the two logos is as follows, courtesy of TMZ.
Last month, Jeezy relased the song "In My Head" and said that he was working on a new album.
Hells Angels made a similar claim against MTV personality Rob Dyrdek last year, TMZ.com says.