Jay-Z And Beyonce Lose Legal Battle To Trademark Daughter’S Name
When Jay-Z and Beyonce welcomed their first-born baby girl Blue Ivy into the world in January, they tried to trademark her name, allegedly to stop other people from cashing in on the name, which became a trending topic on Twitter for days. However, the couple lost their case as according to MyFoxBoston.com, company Blue Ivy Events won the right to keep the name that they have been operating under since 2009…
Since the owner of Blue Ivy Events Veronica Alexandra won the case, this means that Jay and Bey have no legal rights to have their child’s name to themselves. Regardless of the legal battle, the events website shows a picture of the superstar couple alongside the caption "Congrats to our soul mate couple with baby Blue Ivy!"
Meanwhile, Blue Ivy hasn’t just been on the lips of the courts, but of the President of the United States. Barack Obama recently spoke to radio station Z107.9 about the family, saying: “They're good people. They're unbelievably successful but they really are down to earth folks. Beyonce could not be sweeter to Michelle and the girls, who are big Beyonce fans.
“They're good friends. We talk about the same things I talk about with all my friends. We talk about kids, they just had a new baby, they have a new daughter. I made sure that Jay-Z was helping Beyonce out and not leaving it all with Beyonce and the mother-in-law.'
Words: Maz Khan (@Mazhalima)