The boyfriend of Kylie Jenner has gained judge’s approval to enlist law enforcement in seizing counterfeit merchandise in or near his concert venues.
Travis Scott (II) has been given the right to seize any fake tour merchandise at his upcoming gigs.
According to new legal documents obtained by TMZ, the rapper wants to ensure his fans to have genuine merchandise at his “Astroworld” shows, and a judge has agreed to let Travis and his team shut down any unauthorised sellers.
The “Sicko Mode” hitmaker has also been approved to enlist law enforcement to seize any fake merchandise in or near the concert venues at his upcoming tour stops, which include Denver, Oakland, Phoenix and Los Angeles.
Travis isn’t the first big star to institute a crackdown on unapproved merchandise, as Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z obtained a similar court order over the summer to prevent the illegal goods being sold at their “On the Run II” shows.
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