Kanye West Reportedly Files 10 Trademarks For ‘YE’, Products Include Dating Site, Face Masks, Legal Aid Charity & More
It looks like Kanye West is continuing to expand his ever-growing empire–and on a fairly large scale!
According to recent reports, Kanye West filed 10 new trademark applications under the brand name ‘YE’ back on Oct. 1st. The rapper is reportedly looking to put YE on a range of different products–including computers, face masks, walking sticks, curtains, a dating site, and a legal aid charity for low-income families!
Kanye West has not publicly commented on the recent trademark filing, and it is unclear when the new YE business ventures will come to fruition.
This news comes on the heels of reports that Kanye West filed to trademark a series of tech products under the name ‘Donda.’ He also filed a trademark to put his name on a homeware line just last month. As a result, we may be seeing a lot more products that are associated with Kanye sometime in the near future!
In addition to his recent trademark applications, Kanye West has been keeping busy on other fronts as well. Back in late August, the 44-year-old rapper unveiled his highly-anticipated Donda album after a series of listening events. Additionally, news recently broke that Kanye was assisting his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, with her upcoming SNL monologue and costumes. She will host the iconic series tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 9th).
What do you think about Kanye West’s various trademark applications, and would you be interested in any of the products? Comment down below to let us know!