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Run DMC Files $50 Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Walmart And Amazon.

Run DMC is accusing Walmart and Amazon of using the group’s famous logo on products they are selling without their permission.

The Run-DMC LLC. has filed a lawsuit against the Walmart superstores and mega-retailer Amazon saying that they are “advertising, selling, manufacturing, promoting and distributing multiple products with the logo, making people believe the group is behind the merchandise.”

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The lawsuit claims the products include a variety of Run-DMC-inspired merchandise like glasses, hats, t-shirts, patches, wallets, and other items.

Run-DMC also claims that the mega retailers have had the same issues with several other companies for straight-up stealing their logos.

According to Run-DMC, their logo is extremely valuable. The group pointed out their $1.6 million agreement with Adidas. Part of the reason why Run-DMC is seeking $50 million in damages from both Amazon and Walmart.

Amazon and Walmart have yet to release statements regarding the lawsuit against them.

Run-DMC is an American hip hop group from Queens, New York who rose to popularity in the eighties.