The litigation under advisement is in regard to Colbert’s on air comments during a segment of his show that aired on Monday, August 12th, 2013.
In the offending segment, Colbert covered the story of Florida rapper “Flo Rida” and his appearance on The Today Show where he performed his tribute to “big juicy butts” complete with bootie-shaking dancers.
Colbert referred to the performance as “Jack Hammering Badonkadonk”
Mark O’Hara, President and CEO of SuperBooty LLC explains: “The word "Badonkadonk"
To make sure Colbert gets the message, O'Hara also plans to receive copyright protection for the term "Willie Wonky Badonky".
He concludes: "I don't care if Colbert has a "Sickness for the Thickness". If he uses ANY reference to the word "bootie" without our prior written approval, I'd say he's a "Chump for the Rump" and is asking for it".
SuperBooty's law firm Hiney, Rim and Patootie await a response from The Colbert Report to address these allegations.