Eminem’s 10th Studio Album “Kamikaze” Turns 1 Year!

The striking “Kamikaze” cover inspired a fair number of bespoke collectable items. Now, there will be fewer of them.

The album cover features a crashing American F-86 Sabre fighter jet with the Eminem logo on it. It inspired one of Marshall’s fans to commission one from a small plane model company when “Kamikaze” was released. Handpainted in the colours of the cover artwork, the model was not cheap (350$) but undoubtedly brought a lot of satisfaction to its owner. The company listed this item as an option on its website, but we will never know if it was ever ordered in significant quantities.

However, recently, Eminem’s lawyers sent the company owner a Cease and Desist letter, as his former client revealed on Reddit. The letter demanded to take this listing down and stop producing Kamikaze plane models. However, before stopping for good, the artisan had to produce two more models for them.

Eminem Lawyers Stopped Small Company From Producing Kamikaze Models

Evidently, Eminem had not been bothered with such a small-scale business for almost five years since the “Kamikaze” release. However, now, when the Kamikaze plane figurine is included in the Kamikaze 5th Anniversary capsule, his company claims exclusivity on the mаrket.

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