Making a YouTube video about your employers business could get you sued

Making a YouTube video about your employers business could get you suedJust because it's done after work hours, doesn't mean that a video you post to popular social sites will not get you fired of even sued.

Two brothers that were employed at a popular grocery store made a video about the produce section of a supermarket. This well done 'rap video' doesn't particularly mention the chain they had worked at, but that did not stop their employer from canning the two gangsta rappers who were advertising the fine selection of produce stores carry. Now it looks like their employer has decided to sue them for millions claiming defamation. Which doenst really matter much now since these two have their little shot at YouTube fame, they could be billionaires in the next little while if Pharrell Williams gets word! If anything, the supermarket should be awarding these New Jersey hooligans for all of the word of mouth social press they are creating. Nice work guys.

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