Aside from Young M.A's hit single "Ooouuu," the Brooklynite is making headlines again after photos of Hennessy bottles with the label "Headphanie" have gone viral. According to a source close to Young M.A, The Lilac Company that replaced the liquor stickers with the lyric resold the bottles to two different stores in Hallendale, FL. Now, legal action has taken effect, and have received a cease and desist from the rapper's camp as well as Hennessy.

According to the "entrepreneurs" Instagram post, they advertised that at least 100 bottles were restocked at a 24/7 Liquor and another liquor store called Sweenys. The Source exclusively told VladTV that the rapper's team has reached out to both locations and have gotten the bottles removed.

Some fans were outraged after assuming the liquor company was appropriating Young M.A's success, however, due to all of the commotion online, the Hennessy-loving artist could see a possible endorsement deal with Hennessy pretty soon.