Young Jeezy Being Sued By Hells Angels Over "Death Head" Logo

HELLS ANGELS TO JEEZY: STOP STEALING OUR LOGO

(AllHipHop News) Young Jeezy has some angry bikers on his back. The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club is suing the Atlanta rapper over images on his 8732 apparel according to TMZ. The "Red & White" say that Jeezy's brand too closely resembles their Death Head logo.

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The 65-year-old group is seeking an unspecified amount in the suit and are requesting that the sales of all 8732 clothing that contains the images be halted.

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This is not the first time Jeezy has had to deal with issues of using another organization's intellectual property for his clothing line. The original name for the brand was "USDA," but the federal government sent a cease and desist on the use of that acronym. The company was then changed to 8732.

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Watch Jeezy talk about 8732 in the video below.

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