Jhene Aiko is being sued by a Colorado lady who says the vocalist stole her fine art and slapped it on a shirt for her apparel line. A lady by the name of Elisa Rose Mountain says she possesses the trademark for Hamsa Mandala - her interpretation of the hundreds of years old Hamsa Hand sign which is otherwise called the Hand of Fatima. Elisa says an image relatively indistinguishable to the one she copyrighted and sold for $25 a print showed up on a tee for Aiko's attire joint effort in 2015 with PacSun and Neff Headwear, who are additionally litigants.
The accumulation was called Soul of Summer and the tee was marked Jhene Aiko Hamsa Circle Goddess, and the two are comparative in that the hand sign shows up inside a purple hover with subtle elements.
Elisa says the Aiko tees were sold in stores, indexes and online without her endorsement and is suing Aiko, PacSun and Neff Headwear for benefits. Not all that namaste. A source near Jhene reveals to us the artist has no legitimate risk for this situation. We're advised she was essentially expedited to work together and help pick a plan.