Kanye West reportedly wants to trademark Sunday Service merchandise
West’s creativity is endless.
Kanye West’s designs are limitless.
In a report published by TMZ today (July 24), Mr. West reportedly wants to trademark Sunday Service merchandise. He has filed legal docs for exclusive ownership of clothing, dresses, footwear, headwear, jackets, loungewear, scarves, shirts, socks and clothing tops. If his trademark is approved, the Chicago rapper will have the rights to sell his merchandise.
Back in April, West hosted a merch booth at Coachella during his Sunday Service. He sold hoodies that ranged from $165 to $225. In addition to that, he sold socks for $50. Nonetheless, West faced backlash for selling merchandise at such high costs.
As we’ve seen in the past, it’s not easy to secure a trademark. Earlier this year, Cardi B was denied when she tried to trademark her catchphrase “okuurrr.” Yesterday (July 23), we reported that Megan Thee Stallion is in the process of trademarking her famous slogan “Hot Girl Summer.” If approved, she plans to sell products such as hoodies, T-shirts, sportswear and more.
Although he has his hands full with trying to secure his trademark, West is up to date on the issues going on in today’s society. Last Friday, West got in contact with President Donald Trump to discuss A$AP Rocky’s ongoing assault case in Sweden.
“Just spoke to @KanyeWest about his friend A$AP Rocky’s incarceration,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “I will be calling the very talented Prime Minister of Sweden to see what we can do about helping A$AP Rocky. So many people would like to see this quickly resolved!”
Last week, West and his wife, Kim Kardashian West, got in contact with Jared Kushner regarding Rocky’s case. Shortly after, the reality star went on social media to thank the White House for their efforts.
“Thank you @realDonaldTrump, @SecPompeo, Jared Kushner & everyone involved with the efforts to Free ASAP Rocky & his two friends. Your commitment to justice reform is so appreciated,” she wrote on Twitter.