Justin Bieber Sent Cease-and-Desist Letter Over His New Album 'Justice'


Justin Bieber was sent a cease-and-desist letter over his new album Justice which dropped today! A French dance duo is claiming Bieber stole their logo.

French dance duo Justice have sent a cease-and-desist notice to Justin Bieber over the singer’s upcoming album Justice and what they claim is its use of Justice’s trademarked “cross” logo.

When Bieber announced his new album Justice on February 26th, fans of Justice — as well as the duo’s label Ed Banger Records — claimed there were similarities between the title font on Bieber’s album cover and Justice’s own logo, where the “t” is accentuated to resemble a stylized crucifix.

“The morning Bieber announced his album, it was pretty tough to miss,” Justice’s co-manager Tyler Goldberg of Jet Management tells Rolling Stone. “Aside from seeing it all over the internet ourselves, we heard from hundreds of people throughout the day — industry people, Justice fans — and the Justice guys received a ton of messages, not only compelled to point out the similarities between the Justice Justin Bieber album, but confused. ‘Is this a Justice collaboration?'”

Hmmm. I don't know about this one...what do you think? I think they look different. See more below.


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