The Reason Why It makes sense for Beyonce and Jay-Z to trademark their childs name.
Imagine turning 21 and wanting to become a singer, actress, author, songwriter, hell just a regular business woman, but the law says you can’t because when you were two weeks old some random person trademarked your name because of your very famous parents.
This is the reality Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s daughter, Blue Ivy, is facing after multiple people have tried to trademark her name for their own personal use. That’s right; strangers want the ability to use this child’s name to make profit. Beyoncé and Jay-Z have filed to have these trademarks blocked, and have applied to own the trademark, Blue Ivy, themselves.
Many people are questioning the motives of the parents, saying Beyoncé and Jay-Z are trying to make money off their baby already. But correct me if I’m wrong isn’t it the duty of the parents to protect their child in every aspect of life? And wouldn’t it have just been easier to sell pictures of the baby to US Weekly to make a coin? And Beyoncé and Jay-Z don’t need to make money off their children; they make enough off you and yours.
Trademarking their child’s name makes sense, its protection. They want to make sure once Blue Turns 13, she doesn’t have a porn company named after her or has become a new prescription drug. Famous or not parenting is parenting. And if someone were trying to use your child’s name, which could possibly lead to embarrassment at a later time, you’d do the same thing, you’d be in Paris getting fucked up too.
Blue already has enough to worry about, what if she has to go to school with Keri Hilson’s child? How dreadful.