One of the alien stories that appeared in 2018 was the last Soulja Boy saga, where the rapper decided to try his hand at knocking off game consoles that were preloaded with hundreds of unlicensed ROMs. Originally, this business project was made up of only two different machines, but this quickly expanded to include "SouljaBoy Mini" – a rebuild of an already existing Game Boy clone.
Well, you might be surprised (or not surprised at all) to hear that Soulja Boy has now taken down all the product pages of the consoles. Not much is said about the matter in any official capacity, but the rapper's tweet below suggests that some form of legal action has probably taken place. Nintendo has always been incredibly protective of its IP, and several other game publishers would also have been influenced by Soulja Boy's products; It is easy to imagine that at least one company would go ahead and act.
In an interesting tournament, one of the Soulja Boy websites now redirects visitors to Nintendo's own 3DS store. You can try it for yourself – just go to http://souljagame.com/ and enjoy looking through great 3DS and 2DS bundles.
And then, the morality of history is what steals the work of others and sell it off as your own to earn a profit is quite fringed on. Who knew?