Wu-Tang Clan poo-poos pup-walking company's name

Trademark dispute targets Woof-Tang Clan

A member of the Wu-Tang Clan is suing Woof-Tang Clan, a Brooklyn dog-walking company.

Producer and rapper RZA is rubbing the company's nose in its "unmistakably associated" name and logo, The Guardian reported.

Marty Cuatchon owns Woof-Tang Clan, "the illest group of dogs in New York City." He told the New York Daily News that is aware of the challenge.

Cuatchon said his staff is "courteous and responsible, as long as we're in agreement that Nas' Illmatic is the greatest album of all time."

The company used to sell T-shirts that depicted dogs on classic hip-hop album covers, but they have been removed from its website.


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