Kanye West’s Attempt To Trademark ‘Sunday Service’ Denied, Someone Else Already Owns It

Kanye West

Kanye West’s Attempt To Trademark ‘Sunday Service’ Denied, Someone Else Already Owns It

While Kanye West has coined the phrase Sunday Service with his weekly inspirational and gospel concerts, he won’t own the phrase.

The rapper was denied his application to trademark Sunday Service. According to reports, someone else thought of it first and snagged the trademark.

It was previously reported that Kanye West filed the trademark application back in June. He wanted to use it sell Biblical

“bottoms, dresses, footwear, headwear, jackets, loungewear, scarves, shirts, socks, and tops.”

It’s not clear what name, if any, Kanye West will come up with next.

In the meantime, he’s gearing up for the release of his new album Jesus Is King, that has been given a new release date of Oct. 25.

West first started doing Sunday Services in January. After it gained popularity each week, he took the service Coachella in April, and has stopped in spots like Detroit, Chicago, Wyoming, and Utah. He even went to Howard University’s iconic homecoming weekend earlier this month.

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Authored by: Char Patterson