Blue Ivy Carter For President? Beyonce & Jay-Z Will Offer Products With Baby's Name (VIDEO)
Beyonce and Jay-Z's only child Blue Ivy Carter is one of the Beyonce tells her daughter every day that she can be the president of the United States one day and is in the process of getting hrr daughter's name trademarked for future product launches.
Beyonce and Jay-Z's only child Blue Ivy Carter is one of the most famous celebrity babies on the planet and fans can expect to see her name more often.
Beyonce told Elle UK that she tells her daughter every day that she can be the president of the United States one day if she wants to be. She admittted that her daughter is unaware of what she is saying to her but she does it for women's empowerment.
The Halo singer and her husband are also ensuring that Blue Ivy will become rich if not the president- the power couple are in the process of getting their daughter's name trademarked for future product launches, reported Rumor Fix, who obtained a copy of the application.
The paperwork was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. It requested used of the name Blue Iv Carter to use for many planned product launches in the future that will bear the toddler's name inlcuding cosmetics, skin care products, lotion, eyeglasses, baby strollers, scrunchies, key rings, playing cards, and video games, according to the document.
Enstars reported in October that the power couple experienced a legal setback to trademark Blue Ivy's name. The Crazy In Love singer and herWatch The Throne husband had filed an application to have exclusive use of the name Blue Ivy reportedly when they filed the application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office the frst time in January, 2012. According to several reports, the multi-Grammy winner intended to launch a clothing line with the name.
Not long after, the owner of Blue Ivy Events, Veronica Alexandra, sued for the right to keep her company's name. Blue Ivy Events has been in business since 2009. Boston's local Fox news affiliate, Fox 25, reported that Blue Ivy Events won the right to keep the name of their company on Oct. 16.
"I definitely needed to protect what it is I've been living on," Alexandra told Boston Herald. "Now it's time to create the partnerships and business avenues I'm planning on doing, period. It's like they caused me to create more opportunity for myself."
The Blue Ivy Events owner has no hard feelings. She is such a fan of the chart-topping couple that she features a picture of the couple on her website with a message, "Congrats to our soul mate couple with baby Blue Ivy."