Ariana Grande said thanks u, but no thanks u to Forever 21
when they put her up for approval of a deal, but the clothing store went and started crashing Ariana advertising campaign anyway … according to a new costume.
The singer claims that forever 21 and her team were in negotiations for a deal in December 2018 until January, but the company will not pull out enough dough to use its name.
Instead, Forever 21 as claims he stole it from Grande for a campaign on their website and social media … and also hired a decent model to make it look even more like a real deal.
According to documents received from TMZ, F21 publishes at least 30 unauthorized images and videos that assign Ariana's name and likeness, and did so through the sparse actions of the huge success of her "Thank You U, Next" album.
Grande claims the company stole images from her album to create a false perception, Ariana was backing the Forever 21 brand. The suit claims that the F21-like model also restored scenes and frames from the album's single and music videos … in particular, the 7 Rings.
The Riley Rose Store, which was launched by the daughters of the founders of Forever 21, also
Grande is suing for at least $ 10 million in damages.