When Lil Yachty took the world by storm, some of his posse including Burberry Perry were afforded some of the limelight. Perry may be regretting that now however, as British luxury brand Burberry is suing the rapper.
TMZ reports that the fashion company isn’t happy with Perry’s use of their name and likeness. His self-titled debut album features the brand’s iconic plaid design along with a knight and horse that look very similar to the original Burberry logo.
Perry was sent multiple cease and desist letters from the company’s legal team, but after many attempts to reason with the MC, they’ve now been forced to open a lawsuit against him.
Expect Burberry Perry to change his name in the near future.