The Weeknd wants to know he is the real and only "Starboy." And his lawyers are ready to take on any imposters.
TMZ reports the Canadian singer's lawyers filed documentation against Eymun Talasazan, a realtor. Talasazan filed to trademark "Starboy" for his own creative projects long after the Weekend's album and hit song of the same name.
Additionally, 11 days after the Weeknd and Marvel announced a comic book venture entitled Starboy—which will be released this coming June—the real estate agent filed a trademark for a comic book.
According to TMZ, the musician's legal team found Talasazan was up to other shady copyright business. He previously filed to trademark Straight Outta Bombton" and "Runnin' Through the 6." Such details reveal one thing: he's mostly likely in it for the money.
"Starboy" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart after spending eight consecutive weeks in the slot for number two, Billboard reports. Additionally, "Starboy" is the Weeknd's third song to reach number one on the chart. It was Daft Punk's first-ever time holding the number one slot on the chart.
The musician has since dropped a new six-song project called 'My Dear Melancholy' this past Friday.