Rihanna Sues Father For Jacking Fenty Brand Name


Ronald even went so far as to unsuccessfully try and trademark "Fenty" past year to use in connection with plans for resort boutique hotels.

The singer made a decision to file a lawsuit against her own dad, Ronald Fenty as well as his business partner, Moses Joktan Perkins, ET reports.

"This conduct is consistent with a pattern and practice of fraud, which includes unauthorized attempts to negotiate and enter into service agreements on Rihanna's behalf without her consent", the court papers read.

According to court docs obtained by the news outlet, Rihanna claims that her father and Perkins "have egregiously and fraudulently misrepresented to third parties and the public" the fact that their company, Fenty Entertainment, is also affiliated with the famous singer and that it also has the authority to act on Rihanna's behalf! Rihanna has filed a lawsuit against Fenty and Fenty Entertainment, as well as another man named Moses Perkins.

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However, Rihanna has already trademarked "Fenty" for use in her business ventures, including her Fenty Beauty line. The singer claims her father and his business partner have falsely promoted themselves as her rep and gained millions of dollars in the process. "The Blast reports that the company booked a "$15 million tour in Latin America and two concerts at Staples Center in Los Angeles and T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas for $400,000" in her name.

She wants damages, TMZ says, and wants an injunction against Ronald using the name "Fenty".

She has sent multiple cease and desist letters to her father, but he has ignored them and continues to profit off Fenty Entertainment.