Coogi is suing the NBA, Nike and the Brooklyn Nets over their “Spread Love” uniforms that honor the late Biggie Smalls.

In a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Manhattan federal courtroom (H/T The New York Post), Coogi claims Brooklyn’s 2018-19 Nike City Edition jerseys, that includes a sample known as “Brooklyn Camo,” imitates its distinctive, colourful — and copyrighted designs. 

“[The defendants have been nicely conscious that Biggie neither wore nor rapped about something known as ‘Brooklyn Camo,” the lawsuit reads, in accordance with The Post. “But they created, marketed and bought and distributed ‘Brooklyn Camo’ merchandise in order to confuse customers in regards to the connection between their items… and Coogi.”

The all black uniforms are highlighted by the controversial Coogi-themed, multi-color “Brooklyn Camo” sample that runs down the perimeters of the jersey and shorts and alongside the sleeve and neckline piping. 

The Nets debuted the “Spread Love” Biggie tribute uniforms on November 17, and have worn them in choose video games since. In whole, Brooklyn plans to rock the particular version jerseys for a complete of 19 video games in the 2018-19 season.

Nike, Brooklyn Nets Sued By Coogi Over Biggie Tribute Uniforms

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