When the 99 percent were occupying Wall Street, one-percenter Jay-Z tried to make a buck with t-shirts that read, "Occupy All Streets." People were not happy about it and he stopped promptly. Now he is unhappy about a French company making money off his image and is suing for trademark infringement, among other things.
Jay-Z, Beyonce, Kanye, Rihanna, and Pharrell are all in on it. All five filed suit together against ElevenParis, which has printed and sold goods with the artists' images. According to the filing, "Defendants have willfully traded upon the goodwill and notoriety of Plaintiffs, arguably some of the most famous musical artists and entrepreneurs in the world."