:nuts: :nuts: Bon Jovi Protests Name of N.J. Energy Drink MANCHESTER, N.J. (AP) -- Jon Bon Jovi and an East Brunswick businessman are feuding. The Jersey rocker wants the owner of the Mijovi energy drink to change its name, arguing it's too similar to his famous moniker. But Marcos Carrington says his coffee-based energy drink is named after his girlfriend, whose name is Jovita. Bon Jovi, who lives in Middletown, made the request after seeing a can of Mijovi for sale in a cafe in nearby Red Bank in January. His lawyers sent Carrington a letter demanding that he stop using the name Mijovi. But Carrington says the request is unfair because the name has nothing to do with the singer. Carrington says he started Mijovi in August 2004 as a way to raise funds for an environmental consulting business.