Kylie Jenner Wants To Trademark Her Name. Gets Stopped by Kylie Minogue
Mar 02, 2016 01:27
If there's anything we know, the Kardashians sure know how to draw attention to themselves. They may not have done anything significantly important, but the very fact that they have an extremely large audience proves that they are a force to be reckon with. Kylie Jenner wants to trademark her name. So what could go wrong?
She wants to trademark "Kylie." Except it's pissing a lot of people off.
Kylie Minogue is one of those people. And she's stopping that from happening.
In fact, her legal team sent this at Jenner's trademark request. It's a super burn. They call Jenner a "second-rate reality TV star."
Minogue's team also reminded the fact that she owns Kylie.com and has sold over 80 million records.
Jenner on the other hand, hasn't done much with her life except amassed a huge Instagram following.
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