Marvel recently surprised their fans with the introduction of Ms Marvel, also known as Kamala Khan as their sixth character in their upcoming Avengers Game. The introduction of this character was deemed revolutionary by some on Twitter and received positive responses as fans were happy to see diversity in their characters. Kamala Khan, the character, is a Pakistani-American born in Jersey City. However, looks like Kamaal R Khan, who is always creating controversies with his Tweets, has a problem with the name of this character.
Kamaal R Khan took to his Twiter and threatened to take Marvel to court for using his name for the character without using his permission. While this is clearly not the case and the two names are totally different from each other, KRK claimed that they have just added an A and got away with it. His Tweet read, “Please note @Marvel officials, you can’t use my name #kamalakhan without my permission. You can’t just add an A and get away. You should take permission from me or I will go to court against you."
Now, of course, Twitterati was quick to react and brought the most obvious thing to his notice. They trolled him for it and while one user wrote, “Please check spelling it's not ur name,” another user commented, "Kamala Khan likha hai be....Kamaal Khan nahi..." (It says Kamala Khan not Kamaal Khan). Take a look at the Tweet below:
Please note @Marvel officials, you can’t use my name #kamalakhan without my permission. You can’t just add an A and get away. You should take permission from me or I will go to court against you. pic.twitter.com/kAaHCuBBRz— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) October 5, 2019
Meanwhile, the character of Kamala Khan was introduced in the new trailer of Avengers Game and it released on October 4. The game trailer showed Kamala Khan as a kickass character and it has been created by Sana Amanat, Stephen Wacker, G. Willow Wilson, Adrian Alphona and Jamie McKelvie.
Image Source: Twitter/kamaalrkhan, YouTube/Marvel Entertainment
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