He ain’t friggen happy, bud.

If you don’t remember 2013’s “Out For A Rip” song & video, are you really Canadian? But if you don’t, heres the Canadian acclaimed video.



But that’s not what we’re here to talk about. We’re here to talk about how Canadian rapper, Brendan Richmond, is suing Coca-Cola for using his popular catchphrase on the side of a bottle.




The Kingston, Ontario-based comedy rapper has gone about this legal issue in the only way he knows how: a viral video. And he’s so serious about this legal action that even his lawyer tweeted it out.



Titled “Out For A Sip”, the song describes how he discovered the phrase Out For A Rip on the coke bottles.

His lawyer Rob Kittredge said:

“I don’t have a lot of clients for whom this would be an appropriate response. We had the opportunity to do something totally creative and my job is boring, so this is an unusually fun way to write a demand letter for me.”


Check out “Out For A Sip” below, and let us know if you think this is really Richmonds catchphrase to sue for.