Beyoncé Gets Blocked Again From Trademarking Blue Ivy’s Name

Beyoncé has NO right to trademark her daughter’s name for a bunch of different products … according to a company that already has the name.

Photo Credit: Beyoncé

Photo Credit: Beyoncé

Blue Ivy, the company, filed docs to block Bey’s company from getting the trademark. TMZ broke the story … Blue Ivy’s mom filed her application earlier this year to own the name “Blue Ivy Carter” for a slew of products — cosmetics, mobile devices, video games, etc…

But according to the existing company — which was in biz 3 years before Jay Z and Beyonce’s kid was born — the Carters are trying to pull a fast one. Blue Ivy Co. points out Jay is on record as saying they have NO intention of actually selling any products … they’re just trying to stop others from doing it.

This is the second time the company — an event planning firm, btw — has tried to block Beyoncé … who initially tried to get the trademark without “Carter.” Adding the last name hasn’t helped.

Source: V103

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