Kanye West will not be regaining his billionaire status through "White Lives Matter" t-shirt. Kanye can not sell his t-shirts.
The "White Lives Matter" has been trademark by two black males. The two men are social justice worries that want to stop anything or person profiting for pain.
Ramses Ja and Quinton Ward, Phoenix-based activists and hosts of the nationally syndicated radio show Civic Cipher, revealed their trademark rights in a with radio station KRRL-FM.
'We are the holder of the federal trademark for White Lives Matter,' said Ja. 'If you want to sell that shirt, you have to come knock on my door, or you have to face Morris, my lawyer.'
Kanye presented the "White Lives Matter" T-shirts at the Paris fashion show. Ja said to Capitol B, it was a little different trademarking the slogan because usually it's to get rich off of. In this case it is the exact opposite; to prevent anyone from getting rich off of the slogan.
"Ye" has since lost many of his business partnerships following his recent anti-sematic rants.
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