Amid Blac Chyna’s lawsuit against the Kardashians for getting her and Rob Kardashian’s reality TV show Rob & Chyna canceled, the family’s gloves are coming off!
In today’s petty news, the Kardashians filed five trademarks in Chyna and Rob’s daughter’s name, Dream, to launch a children’s brand. According to reports, the trademarks were filed in 2019, just two years after Blac Chyna filed her lawsuit against them. And to add insult to injury, Rob is listed as the only consenting parent in the trademark filings.
Some think the Kardashians pulled a page out of Blac Chyna’s book when she filed a trademark for the name “Angela Renee Kardashian” as a brand name for a potential makeup line. Unfortunately, Blac Chyna’s trademark request was denied.
#NeverForget blac chyna tried to change her name legally & trademark Angela Kardashian immediately after getting engaged to to Rob. The #clout is real. And to be honest, I don’t blame her 🤣 it just isn’t working out, gotta take that L #bigL #trial
— 🤷🏽♀️ (@datsdecenttoo) April 27, 2022
Do you think the Kardashians are shady for filing trademarks in Chyna’s daughter’s name and leaving her out as a consenting parent in the documents? Tune in to see what our Dish Nation hosts think about this trademark filing fiasco!