(PCM) Katy Perry’s legal team is hunting down any artists who are trying to make a profit off of the incredible popularity of the infamous Left Shark that danced with her during her recent Super Bowl Half Time performance.
It was without a doubt the Left Shark that truly stole the show during the Half Time performance. While there were indeed two dancers dressed as sharks performing with Perry during the show, it was the Left Shark that ultimately caused the most attention. Left Shark was hilarious off-beat and spent time flailing around the stage trying to catch back up with the routine.
Left Shark quickly became one of the most talked about occurrences in Super Bowl history and quickly popped up in various memes and social media postings across the internet. Now it seems that some businesses have popped up and are trying to take advantage of Left Shark’s popularity and Katy Perry’s legal team is on the attack.
Both a 3D printing company and t-shirt company each received cease and desist letters from Katy Perry’s lawyers telling them to stop selling their products that feature Left Shark as it is the intellectual property of Katy Perry and her Super Bowl Half Time performance.
Many fans were also incredibly sad when Left Shark did not make an appearance during her performance at the 2015 Grammy awards last night and of course a ton of new memes popped up as a homage to his lack of appearance. Something tells me we have not see the last of Left Shark, but only time will tell, just don’t look for a t-shirt or a 3D sculpture any time soon.