Kanye West goes to wish to shell out 10 figures if he needs any likelihood at proudly owning the rights to ‘White Lives Matter’ … so says one of many homeowners of the phrase.
Ramses Ja, who bought the rights to ‘WLM’ final month alongside together with his radio present co-host Quinton Ward, tells TMZ … they don’t seem to be trying to promote the trademark, however any potential purchaser must give you a $1 billion supply to even make them take into account promoting.
For Ramses, crucial factor helps organizations preventing for Black folks’s rights … so a $1 billion greenback supply would make them rethink their want to not promote, as a result of they might achieve this a lot good with that type of cash.
Kanye’s been stirring the pot with his ‘White Lives Matter’ shirts for a month, however he hasn’t been capable of promote them in America as a result of he would not personal the rights.
As we reported … the trademark was acquired by an nameless listener of Ramses and Quinton’s racial justice radio present, “Civic Cipher” … submitting it the identical day Ye wore the controversial look at Paris Vogue Week.
The listener transferred possession over to Ramses and Quinton a couple of weeks again … and it covers the proper to promote clothes with these phrases displayed.
Ramses says their lawyer would take authorized motion in opposition to Kanye, or anybody else if the shirts are offered … and the $1 billion price ticket would look like an excellent larger deterrent.
Kanye’s not a billionaire after dropping tons of enterprise companions over his antisemitic rhetoric … and Ramses says Ye has not reached out to him concerning the trademark rights.
And, get this … to ensure that Ramses and Quinton to retain their trademark, they should use it in commerce, they can not simply sit on it … and based mostly on what Ramses is telling us right here, it looks as if they’re developing with a novel approach to hold on to the rights.