Joel Zimmerman, more affectionately known by his monster-sized DJ moniker Deadmau5, sent out an interesting tweet yesterday after hearing news from Disney.

TMZ reports, however, that Deadmau5 may have already prepared for a situation like this in advance. An attorney for the DJ, which managed to be the top residency earner in Las Vegas last year, has already trademarked the logo in 30 countries, including the UK and Japan. Just last month he attempted to patent the logo in the U.S.

While Zimmerman may be in the right in terms of legal process, he made an ultimately confusing (or: dumb) comment about the 2013 hit film Frozen in his Twitter tirade.

The animated film raked in $400 million domestic (U.S.) box office and took in an mind-boggling $1.27 billion world-wide. That tally brings makes it the fifth highest grossing film of all time. Either Zimmerman isn't so great with sarcasm or he doesn't do much research.

Regardless, Zimmerman's attorney vows "Our client will not be bullied by Disney and is prepared to fight to protect his rights to his property."