Fans Are Receiving Restraining Orders Banning Them From Beyonce And Jay-Z's Tour...

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 1: Jay Z and Beyonce attend Serena Williams second round victory over Vania King from Serena's player box at Arthur Ashe Stadium on day 4 of the 2016 US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 1, 2016 in the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Jean Catuffe/GC Images)

Fans Are Receiving Restraining Orders Banning Them From Beyonce And Jay-Z's Tour...

And here's why.

Published August 2, 2018

The only thing worse than being kicked out of a Beyoncé and Jay-Z On The Run 2 tour concert is being banned from attending one in the first place.

This fan nightmare will unfortunately become a reality for tour merch bootlegging BeyHivers and Hov fans in Boston who plan on peddling fake On The Run 2 merchandise when the Carter power matrimony touch down at the Gilettte Stadium on Sunday (August 5), TMZ reports.

  1. Three Ten Merchandising Services, the official company vending On The Run 2 tour merch, has a quick, cost-efficient fix to fend off bootleggers, the site reports

    Restraining orders. TMZ reports that Three Ten obtained them early to ensure no knock-off merchandise would be allowed anywhere near the concert. The site also claims that documents supporting the orders reveal that they’re attempting to enlist local authorities to confiscate faux tour paraphernalia upon discovery. They’ve chosen this route because the accumulation of individual civil lawsuits against offenders could cost the company a whopping $450,000 in legal fees.

  2. The proactive step comes after Three Ten learned that the bootleggers already have their illegal merch ready for Sunday

    TMZ concludes that the company believes the restraining orders are their last hope in cracking down on the sale of fake tour goods.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Jean Catuffe/GC Images)


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