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Another Lawsuit Hits The Fortnite Creator Over Saxophone Emote

Another lawsuit hits Fortnite game, the strange lawsuit major points at an emote where players dance around while playing a saxophone

Tuesday, 30 April 2019

/ by Travis Jones

  • Another Lawsuit Hits The Fortnite Creator Over Saxophone Emote
  • The Fortnite Creator Faces Lawsuit Saxophone Emote 




Another lawsuit hits Fortnite game, the strange lawsuit major points at an emote where players dance around while playing a saxophone. As we have seen, Epic Games has been sued before by various rappers over their dance moves, this time around a famous saxophone player named Leo Pellegrino. He claims Epic Games used his likeness without his approval.


According to The Verge, the lawsuit Pellegrino and the Pierce Bainbridge Beck Price & Hecht LLP law firm are pursuing and stated the legal action partain with "Phone It In" emote. Some folks might be wondering who Pellegrino is, he is the saxophone player for the group Too Many Zooz and the video below will explain who he is as well.


According to The Verge comment, the law firm said Pellegrino uses “outward pointing feet” when playing the saxophone and that the performer is “duck-footed” which leads to the unique shows Pellegrino puts on. Have a look at another video below and If you think they’re similar, you aren’t alone, we thought the same.


Pellegrino isn’t the first to pursue legal action against Epic Games over in-game emotes and dances.

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