Beyonce Files Trademark For Two Names After Twins’ Birth [Details]
Rucuss staffJuly 2, 2017
The Carters may have revealed the names of their newborn twins.
A company associated with Beyoncé has filed papers to trademark the names “Rumi Carter” and “Sir Carter,” just days after the Houston native and her husband Jay Z welcomed twins. The applications were filed June 26 by BGK Trademark Holdings, which holds a host of Beyonce-related trademarks. It is the same company that trademarked the name Blue Ivy Carter, which is Beyoncé and Jay Z’s first child.
The application states that the trademarks would be used for a host of goods, including an array of skin and hair products, along with key chains, DVDs, CDs ,teething rings, baby carriages, strollers, and other items. It has not been determined if the application will be approved.
Beyoncé is still battling to gain the rights to the name Blue Ivy Carter. A entertainment and event planning firm Blue Ivy filed an opposition with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in a bid to block the “Lemonade” singer.
Beyoncé, in turn, filed opposition that contends that the registration of Blue Ivy Carter would likely cause confusion with the existing Blue Ivy trademark.
Photos via XXL
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