Blac Chyna, who is set to officially become the newest Kardashian following the footsteps of her daughter Dream, might have to consider other options when it comes to securing her name for cold hard cash. TMZ claims to have obtained documents that show companies belonging to Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney Kardashian in the process of blocking Chyna’s request to trademark what will become her name after her wedding to Rob Kardashian, "Angela Renee Kardashian."
As previously reported, Chyna had planned to trademark her new name for entertainment services, live and televised in-person appearances, social media posts, and parties she hosts. According to TMZ, the Kardashian sisters claim that Chyna’s trademark will result in damage to their businesses, "including irreparable injury to their reputation and goodwill." The documents also claim that Chyna is "deliberiately seeking to profit from the goodwill and popularity" of the household name.
While the world waits for this little name ditty to sort itself out, do note that Dream’s official TV debut is set to air on E! on Dec. 18 in a little special called Rob & Chyna Baby Special. Exciting!
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