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RZA Files $2M Lawsuit Against Companies Attempting To Sell Counterfeit Wu-Tang Clan Merchandise


The emcee currently seeks $2 million for “each and every” use of Wu-Tang trademarks and aims to block any further sales of fake products.

He is also calling for e-commerce companies including AliExpress, Amazon, and eBay to ban all promotions of the merchandise that’s in question.

“Many defendants also deceive unknowing consumers by using the Wu-Tang Clan trademarks without authorization within the content, text, and/or meta tags of their e-commerce stores to attract various search engines crawling the internet looking for e-commerce stores relevant to consumer searches for Wu-Tang Clan products,” read the documents. “Other e-commerce stores operating under the Seller Aliases omit using the Wu-Tang Clan Trademarks in the item title to evade enforcement efforts while using strategic item titles and descriptions that will trigger their listings when consumers are searching for Wu-Tang Clan products.

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