When you’re as famous as Beyoncé, Jay Z, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams or Rihanna, your face is literally your fortune — and fans are most definitely willing to pay to get a piece of their favorite artists. That’s why those musicians are jointly suing a Paris clothing company, alleging that it’s been peddling products using their likenesses without having the right to do so.
Beyoncé, Jay Z, Others Claim Retailer Is Selling Products Bearing Their Likenesses Without Permission
We might not all know what it’s like to have marital relations with Jay-Z, but one thing we Americans do know is breakfast food. Those include a whole list of items at Dunkin’ Donuts, beloved by the minds behind this parody of Beyoncé’s “Drunk In Love” video. Aptly named, of course, “Dunkin Love.” [More]
It’s the hitmaker vs. the designated hitter, as rapper/producer/mogul/Beyonce-marrier Jay-Z has filed a lawsuit against Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, claiming the oversized Ortiz stole the name of his new nightclub from Jay-Z’s celeb friendly night spot in New York City.