We don’t know if this is because Tonernews.com contacted the Novak Djokovic foundation and advised them of the ban or if their advertising contract has expired with the tennis superstar, but Novak’s pretty face is no longer on Ninestar toner and ink cover packaging.
Tonernews.com has contacted the Novak Djokovic foundation on many occasions, with no reply from them but looking on amazon’s Mycartridge page it looks like the tennis superstar has walked away from the negative press affiliated with Ninestar’s slave labor antics. The Novak Djokovic foundation ran by Novak’s wife Jelena Djokovic is all about helping society, unlike Ninestar who did the unthinkable and used slaves to manufacture these toner and inks.
fearless Amazon is still promoting these Ninestar ‘Mycartridge‘ consumable products (https://www.amazon.com/mycartridge) on their site, even though they just got slapped with a $500 Million dollar lawsuit from Planet Green. There are now so many lawsuits in our industry that if no one gets sued one day, it’s become a boring news cycle day. Who would guess that toner-ink would become so controversial.