Baker says the "Fortnite" ''Hype" dance, one of many "emotes" players can purchase for characters, is identical to his dance. Baker tells The Associated Press he first thought it was cool his moves were in a video game, but eventually felt like the company was appropriating his property. He says that after asking fans on social media, decided to sue.
Baker joins rapper 2 Milly, actor Alfonso Ribeiro and others who have sued over "Fortnite" dance moves. An email seeking comment from an Epic Games attorney was not immediately returned.