Kanye West Is Being Sued Over Yeezy's Camo Print

Kanye West’s Yeezy clothing label in legal trouble

Kanye West Is Being Sued Over Yeezy's Camo Print

Yeezy Apparel and another unknown branch of his apparel are being sued by Jordan Outdoor Enterprises over the camo hoodies, camo thigh-high boots, cargo trousers, hooded bomber jackets, shirts, boots and other clothing that he has sold.

Kanye West's clothing company is being sued for allegedly ripping off camouflage patterns from a competing company.

Kanye's wife, Kim Kardashian West, was recently pictured back in January wearing a version of the Yeezy camo print.

In court documents, Jordan said that a representative from Yeezy reached out to Jordan in March 2016 with inquiries about their camouflage design.

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People reports that a clothing business based in Columbus, Georgia called Jordan Outdoor Enterprises filed a lawsuit against Ye, claiming that the rapper's camouflage print is an "unauthorized copy of their Realtree collection".

LeBron James' boutique, Unknwn, which sells Yeezy clothes, is also named in the lawsuit, according to People.

Kanye West is no stranger to controversy - and now, the rapper-turned-designer is in hot water over his clothing line, Yeezy. However, communication between the two companies ended abruptly when the subject of licensing was brought up by Jordan.

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