By now you are all aware that the product has begun using our company's name in his homemade advertisements.
The ad in question announces a promotional contest for his latest release A Brief History of Terrible Men. The winner of this contest will receive 10 guineas after mailing in a pelt of Proud Boy facial hair. Research has informed us that Proud Boys are an alt-right hate group founded by an unfunny Fox News and Rebel Media commentator. Proud Boys are western chauvinists that abstain from masturbation and despise Islam and immigration. As detestable and weird as Proud Boys may seem, we in the legal dept are alarmed by the product's endorsement of violence for money. However, there is a way in which our previous Bryan Atoms exbranding campaign can benefit from this. The call for paid violence may capture the interest of ex-soldiers turned soldiers of fortune (oft referred to as mercenaries or guns for hire), and with the right networking strategy this may lead us to a finalized sale of the Bryan Atoms device. It has been an uphill battle to break into the international arms market, but perhaps a more grassroots approach will help us to make a bang in the black market arms game.
With regards to the Product's usage of our name and brand for the purpose of advertising, this is well within the product's rights. You may recall that when we negotiated the rights to his name and likeness, he demanded that we hand over the rights to our names and likenesses. We had all assumed that this was nothing more than the product indulging his contrary nature, and there would be no backlash, but it would appear that we were wrong. On the plus side, there is hope. His actions can be interpreted as the product warming up to the idea of exbranding, and will hopefully lead to a new level of cooperation.