"Evel ain't nothin' but a gold digger, but he ain't messin' with no broke singer."
The man known mostly for jumping and twirling through the air with the greatest of ease — is now jumping through the dangers of the federal court system, filing a lawsuit in federal court claiming rapper Kanye West has infringed on his trademark name and likeness. Apparently the erstwhile college dropout takes on a persona in a new video he's called "Evel Kanyevel" — who then procedes to jump a motorcycle over a canyon. But I've got to say the claims of the man with the real name of "Robert Craig" that
"[the] video that Kanye West put out is the most worthless piece of crap I've ever seen in my life, and he uses my image to catapult himself on the public..."
may not be the most accurate claim, then again — maybe it's just that Kanye doesn't care about bike people.
Evel Knievel sues Kanye West [Freep]
Am I Evel? I Am Cad: Knievel's De Camino [internal]