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Drake Sued For Owl Pendant Knockoffs

09/12/2013 09:25 am ET | Updated Sep 12, 2013

An owl symbolizes knowledge and learning. But according to a Hollywood jeweler, Drake hasn't been so wise.

TMZ reports designer Michael Raphael (owner of Baden Baden Inc.) is suing Drake for allegedly creating copies of his $50,000 owl pendant for Drizzy's posse.

Per the jeweler's lawsuit, he claims the company was hired to make Drake a custom necklace in January. The diamond and platinum pendant was paid for with a cool $49,204. Six months later, the jeweler saw replicated gold designs featured on the rapper's Instagram account.

Drake faces copyright infringement (as well as handing over his duplicate bird wear) to the designer's company.

Worth noting: This isn't the first time Drake's been slapped by a style suit. Raphael, Drizzy's former stylist, sued the rapper last month for unpaid bills.

#Yolo?

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