Kanye West Makes Bold Move with ‘YEWS’ Trademark Filing – What’s He Planning?

In a surprising turn of events, the artist formerly known as Kanye West has filed a multitude of trademark applications for the term “YEWS.” These filings, numbering 26 in total, were submitted through his company Ox Paha Inc. However, it’s essential to remember that the existence of these filings doesn’t guarantee any concrete plans will materialize.

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The range of potential uses for the “YEWS” trademarks is extensive, encompassing education, advertising, banking services, music streaming, TV, beauty care, food and drink, games, clothing, footwear, cookware, alcoholic beverages, and more.

It’s worth noting that these filings follow Ye’s controversial remarks in 2022, including troubling statements of an anti-Semitic nature. Last December, during an interview on Alex Jones’ show, Ye made alarming comments like “I like Hitler” and criticized the continuous critique of the Nazis.

In recent headlines, leaks of Ye’s unreleased works have taken center stage, with a revamped version of his announced but unheard “Jesus Is King” project alongside Dr. Dre. Additionally, over two hours of unfinished documentary footage from 2018-2020 has surfaced, shedding light on Ye’s reflections, including his thoughts on the release of the “Daytona” album with Pusha T.

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