American Singer “The Weeknd” To Sue Artistes That Trademark “Starboy”

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American singer “The Weeknd” will be suing Nigerian singer “wizkid” and any other artistes that tries to Trademark “Starboy”.

According To The Weekend: He wants people to know that he is the real and only “Starboy.” And his lawyers are ready to take on any imposters.

TMZ also reports that the Canadian singer’s lawyers filed documentation against Eymun Talasazan, a realtor. Talasazan filed to trademark “Starboy” for his own creative projects long after the Weekend’s album and hit song of the same name.

According to TMZ, the musician’s legal team found Talasazan was up to other shady copyright business. He previously filed to trademark Straight Outta Bombton” and “Runnin’ Through the 6.” Such details reveal one thing: he’s mostly likely in it for the money.

“Starboy” reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart after spending eight consecutive weeks in the slot for number two, Billboard reports. Additionally, “Starboy” is the Weeknd’s third song to reach number one on the chart. It was Daft Punk’s first-ever time holding the number one slot on the chart.

Source – TMZ

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Nigeria artists and overnight artist management companies should start working professionally if they want to go international. Trademark is a serious brand and business decision to consider.

  2. Wizkid started starboy in 2013, weekend used starboy in November 2016. Ur blog didn’t even mention him talking about Wizkid. Lies to get views

  3. Oya sue wizkid be rest assured your stupid ugly hair looking mudasuka that do not know his root..will make Wizzy richer..idiot way go still our starboy logo…who know you idiot..you for be public holiday not only weekend..

  4. Starboy has been since….why now are u saying this now..were have u been all this while.. Or is someone pushing by to hell….? Or are u trying to be made known on media…cos I u are not famous as u claim

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