With the clothing brand, Champion Sportwear
If you’ve been on social media in the past couple weeks, you’ve heard of Danielle Bregoli, AKA the “Cash Me Ousside” girl. She rose to fame after appearing on Dr. Phil, stunning audiences every where with her “troubled girl from the hood” act. The 13-year-old became an internet sensation over night, and I can barely go twenty minutes without seeing a meme or hearing one of her many catch phrases.
Rapper Kodak Black asked Danielle if she wanted to star in his latest music video, and of course, she said yes. The rapper doesn’t appear in the video, but you see plenty of Danielle counting bills, making it rain, and sporting her own “cash me ousside” merchandise (complete with a gold grill). Soon after the video came out, Danielle let her new fans know that anyone could buy Cash-me-ousside merch. The items up for purchase include puzzles, shirts, ceramic photo plates, a blanket, and a hoodie that plays on the Champion sportswear logo. Here’s where things get dicey.
TMZ reports that Danielle and her mother received an angry letter last Friday from Hanesbrands Inc. stating that the reality star was getting dangerously close to copyright infringement with her new merchandise. They continued to explain” it needs to protect its extensive consumer goodwill and reputation.” Makes sense.
The clothing brand is giving Danielle a week to stop all production on the merch with the stylized “C” and to remove it from her website before they begin legal actions. Let us know what you think about this news and be sure to SHARE this story!
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