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Kanye West moves to trademark 'Sunday Service' merchandise

Kanye West Photograph:( Zee News Network )

ANI Washington D.C. Jul 25, 2019, 06.18 PM (IST)

American rapper Kanye West has reportedly filed a trademark application for `Sunday Service` merchandise with the US Patent and Trademark office, according to public records.

The application was moved by Mascotte Holdings, the same company that filed trademarks for `Yeezus`, `Yeezy`, `Red October`, `Yandhi`, `Calabasas Clothing`, `Donda`, `Half Beast` and `Kanye West` (among others) on behalf of the hip-hop star, reported Billboard.

The application filed on July 19 was first reported by TMZ. It lists `bottoms as clothing`, dresses, footwear, handwear, jackets, loungewear, scarves, shirts, socks and `tops as clothing` as merchandise to be sold bearing the mark.

The proposed mark appears to be a takeoff on West`s weekly Sunday Service concerts/church services, which feature choral arrangements of popular songs (including West`s) and regularly attract high-profile guests.

In April, he brought the service to Coachella, where he sold religious-themed apparel bearing phrases such as `Holy Spirit,` `Trust God` and `Jesus Walks.

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It lists `bottoms as clothing`, dresses, footwear, handwear, jackets, loungewear, scarves, shirts, socks and `tops as clothing` as merchandise to be sold bearing the mark.