Hells Angels Suing Jeezy For Jacking Their Logo
The Hells Angels are apparently not fans of
Young Jeezy's taste in clothing. The infamous biker gang club is suing the Snowman's 8732 clothing line, claiming some of their designs are a rip off of the Hells Angels' Death Head logo.
The fabled motorcycle club filed the lawsuit against 8732 Apparel for essentially reprinting the Hells Angels logo on jackets and hats ... and selling them for a massive profit.
The 8732 design isn't an exact rip-off ... but Hells Angels claims it's close enough to confuse people.
HA claims 8732 has already earned substantial profits from the bootleg merch, and the motorcycle club wants every last cent of that money.
The club is now suing for unspecified damages. It also wants a judge to force 8732 to stop selling anything with an HA-looking logo on it. Calls to 8732 were not returned.
Hope Jeezy's lawyers are up to speed on copyright law. Check out images of the 8732 design and the Hell Angels' Death Head logo in the gallery.
Recently, Jeezy unveiled a collaboration with Gourmet footwear.
Photos: 8732, Hells Angels