Wu-Tang Clan sue dog-walking company called Woof-Tang Clan

Wu-Tang Clan's RZA has targeted a dog-walking company for a trademark dispute.

23rd November 2017
/ By Matthew Whitehouse

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The 48-year-old has filed a suit against Marty Cuatchon – owner of New York-based Woof Tang Clan – citing breach of copyright. 

RZA claims Wu-Tang Clan's name and logo has been 'unmistakably associated' with the group since the band formed in 1993.

The Brooklyn-based dog-walking company, claim to walk “the illest group of dogs in New York City”. 

Staff members are also said to be “courteous and responsible, as long as we’re in agreement that Nas’ ‘Illmatic’ is the greatest album of all time”.

Speaking to The New York Daily News, Woof-Tang Clan owner Marty Cuatchon said: “I am a fan. We walk dogs. I thought it was a good idea.”

It's not the first time a business used a renowned brand's name or brand to sell their wares. 

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You can take a look at Woof Tang Clans quite adorable website here: http://www.wooftangclan.com/index.html

Wu-Tang are most famous for their songs Gravel Pit and C.R.E.A.M. as well as their platinum album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). 

The nine-member-strong rap group released their latest album 'The Saga Continues' last month.