Looks like Drake is truly living up to his motto.
With his hit “The Motto” making the acronym YOLO (you only live once) an annoyingly pervasive phrase for the past year, Drake thinks he is entitled to a pay cheque with his famous tagline appearing on merchandise everywhere.
Spending his Christmas Eve strolling around Macy’s and Walgreens, the rapper took a couple of pictures on his Instagram page to show his dismay with the label appearing on clothing such as hats and T-shirts.
Under the image from Walgreens, which features a stack of tacky caps, Drake wrote, “Walgreens … you gotta either chill or cut the cheque.”
And under the photo from Macy’s, which features a T-shirt featuring Peanuts characters Charlie Brown and Snoopy, he added, “Macy’s … same goes for you.”
I can’t even blame Drake for being offended. Seeing Snoopy and Charlie Brown used like that is JUST disrespectful.
But even if Drake is planning to ask for the rights to “YOLO”, the rapper might run into some trouble. According to Gawker, there has been already more than 100 U.S. trademark applications to use the acronym on an array of different products.
But honest to God, if I see another shirt or hat with the tagline YOLO on it, I’m going to have a fit.
TMZ reports that Todd showed the pharmacist a text message on his phone saying he had a bomb, and that he demanded Oxycontin. He made away with 6 bottles of the medication.
Unfortunately his getaway was not well planned. Todd took off in a taxi, where police tracked the cab to the Comcast Center where Coheed and Cambria were set to open for Soundgarden.
Todd was arrested and is being held on $10,000 bail and will be arraigned Monday morning. He is being charged with armed robbery and unlawful possession of prescription narcotics.
Luckily for Soundgarden, this was the last show they were scheduled to play with Coheed and Cambria.