Justin Bieber has always been pretty good about making fun of himself, but when it comes to others cashing in on his perfect hair and boyish (and in this case, toothy) grin, we got a dam situation!
TMZ reports that software developer RC3, Inc. received a cease-and-desist letter from Bieber’s attorneys for using his image without authorization. The company made a 99 cent mobile app called “Joustin’ Beaver,” which is supposed to be a beaver hero that looks quite close to Bieber.
The teen star demands that the production company stop production and sales for the five-star app immediately, remove it from iTunes, and his team requested to receive all profits from the beaver app.
But it’s not that simple. RC3 claims that since it is a parody, which abides by the First Amendment, they will continue selling the app. Seriously, who says no to Justin Bieber?!
It##Q##s not “Game Over” for Joustin’ just yet!