Beyoncé might have thought that the injunction she filed against the wedding firm that goes by the name Feyoncé was an easy, open-and-shut case—but she was unfortunately mistaken. Read on for the latest.
Queen Bey has a shelf filled with Grammys, is married to one of the biggest rappers of all time, has three beautiful kids, and can boast sold out concerts all across the world, but on Monday a judge in Manhattan denied her legal injunction against a wedding firm whose name is spelled almost exactly like the pop star’s.
According to reports, it wasn’t just the name that bothered the “Halo” singer. Feyoncé also sells merchandise including mugs with the words “Feyoncé. He put a ring on it” on them, which borrows from her 2008 hit “Single Ladies.” She alleged that the company would create confusion for her fans.
But Judge Alison Nathan wrote, “A rational jury might or might not conclude that the pun here is sufficient to dispel any confusion among the purchasing public.”
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Judge Alison ordered both parties to discuss a possible settlement and trial dates.
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