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News: Waffle House Claims Trademark Infringement Against Rapper J.R. Bricks' 'Waffle House' Song
Posted on Thursday, August 04, 2011 @ 17:54:49 UTC
Topic: Major Artists

After receiving a cease and desist letter for his debut song "Waffle House" from the restaurant franchise over trademark infringement, Atlanta-based rapper J.R. Bricks offered to rename the song in German ("WaffelHaus") and called the company's actions "cultural discrimination." Waffle House say the action was taken in response to Bricks' unauthorized use of its logo and that they "embrace all cultures within Waffle House." Complete Article





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