Tim Tebow Wants Website to Stop Selling “My Jesus” T-Shirts

Tim Tebow’s lawyers shot off a cease and desist letter to the website cubbytees.com, demanding that the website stop selling their “My Jesus” t-shirt, which dons a logo similar to that of the Tebow’s new team, the NY Jets.

The shirt does not mention Tebow by name, nor does it use his likeness, but the shirt’s design was enough to make the quarterback get his lawyers involved. The website’s description of the short does state that Tebow has nothing to do with the product, saying the shirt “is not officially endorsed by New York’s backup quarterback or the Son of God, but plays off the themes of Tebow’s faith and his new team – borrowing from the J-E-T-S to promote J-E-S-U-S, with a fish for a football, and “MY” replacing “NY” with a color scheme that will be familiar to Jets fans.”

Despite the threat from Tebow’s lawyers, the cubbytees refuses to stop selling the shirts, telling TMZ the product “shares nothing with Mr. Tebow except for promotion of a common Lord and Savior.”

Do you think Tebow has a case? Maybe the NY Jets have a better one considering the design does come dangerously close to their logo?

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