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Kanye West’s attempt to trademark Sunday Service has reportedly been rejected. According to a report, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reportedly rejected ‘Ye’s application for the exclusive ownership rights to the term Sunday Service.

West was going to use the mark to sell apparel, footwear, dresses, headwear, accessories, loungewear and more.

According to TMZ, someone else reportedly owns the name and therefore Kanye can’t use it because it might cause confusion in the marketplace.

Kanye’s Sunday Service events have become a weekly concert attraction with pop-up performances in Wyoming, Chicago, New York, Salt Lake City, Utah, and other cities.

Kanye is reportedly taking his next Sunday Service to Jamaica.

By: Damilola Faustino

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