Theraflu says its not lending its support to Kanye West’s new single of the same name.
A rep for the cold medicine company tells TMZ that they don’t “endorse or approve” of Kanye’s use of their name and image.
Theraflu didn’t say they were planning any legal action, but did add that their product is relied on by “millions of consumers” to treat “cold and flu symptoms.”
Theraflu isn’t the only organization that is taking issue with Kanye’s latest track. During the song, the hip-hop star reignites his feud with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals by rapping, quote, “Tell PETA my mink is draggin’ on the floor.”
PETA’s senior vice president Dan Matthews tells “XXL” magazine that while Kanye a great artist, his clothing designs are nothing more than “caveman costumes.” Matthews adds that they look forward to the day when Kanye finds “his heart” and stops wearing “animal skins.”