1 February 2022TrademarksAlex Baldwin

Lil Yachty sues music NFT startup over likeness

US rapper Lil Yachty has sued music non-fungible token (NFT) start-up Opulous for trademark infringement, alleging that the company “maliciously” used his likeness in media materials without his consent to raise capital.

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