Kanye West's "Sunday Service" Plans Could Be Ruined Over Name
(AllHipHop News) Kanye West has been teasing fans with his forthcoming album for quite some time.
He recently revealed his new film titled "Jesus Is King" to hit theaters on October 25th, the same day the album is supposed to be released.
But his attempt to trademark his epic traveling Sunday Services he's been using to promote the album and film has been denied.
Ye’s applied to have exclusive ownership of the words “Sunday Service,” mainly so he could print the text on his clothing.
This included everything from dresses, footwear, headwear, jackets, loungewear, scarves, shirts, socks and tops.
However, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had some bad news: the terms are already taken.
TMZ obtained documents revealing someone else has already registered the name, meaning Kanye wouldn’t be able to use it on his own brand.
The reasoning is it would most likely confuse consumers in the marketplace.
Ye applied for this way back in July, and it seems they just got word back.
Of course, the Chicago native is not settling and he is already preparing to fight the decision.
Kanye has been selling his own merch which retailed for between $165 and $225 for a hoodie and $50 for socks.
Just last night, Kanye West hosted his Sunday Service in Jamaica, where he angered some local pastors.