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EntertainmentSay It Again! Cardi B Wants to Trademark Her Catchphrase 'Okurrr'

17:02  22 march  2019
17:02  22 march  2019 Source:   usmagazine.com

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It ’s no secret that Cardi loves saying “ Okurrr ” and that people love hearing it , but is that enough to give her legal ownership of something many have said before her ? That’s exactly what must be decided now that she wants to turn her famous catchphrase into a merchandise line.

Say It Again! Cardi B Wants to Trademark Her Catchphrase 'Okurrr' © Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images Cardi B. arrives to Michael Rubin's Fanatics Super Bowl Party at the College Football Hall of Fame on February 2, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.

She can say that again! Cardi B wants to trademark her catchphrase “okurrr.”

The rapper, 26, submitted an application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in February. Cardi seemingly intends to use the saying — spelled with two r’s — on apparel. Her filing is currently awaiting examination by an attorney. A lawyer must first be assigned to her case, a process which could take up to three months.

The Grammy winner also reportedly filed to trademark “okurrr” — with a third “r” — earlier this month, apparently for use on paper goods.

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She can say that again ! wants to trademark her catchphrase “ okurrr .” The rapper, 26, submitted an application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in

Cardi B has reportedly filed paperwork with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to trademark her catchphrase “ Okurrr ” to According to “Page Six,” Cardi is hoping to use the catchphrase on myriad clothing items, including: “T-shirts Most Viewed Stories. ‘My Boss Wants Us On Zoom All Day Long’.

Cardi showed off her signature sound in a Pepsi Super Bowl commercial, which debuted in January. Lil Jon and Steve Carell joined her in the clip, as the Office alum, 56, tried to imitate the saying.

The “I Like It” rapper attempted to explain the meaning of “okurrr” during an April 2018 appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. “It’s like a cold pigeon in New York City. … It depends on the situation that you’re in,” she said.

When Jimmy Fallon compared it to a sassy “OK,” Cardi countered that the blander phrase was “played out.”

The MC went on to detail “eeeooowww” as a sound she would make when she hears good, yet not exciting, news.

The Kardashians frequently employ “okurr” too. Mille Bobby Brown applauded the sisters for their unique vocabulary when she visited The Tonight Show in November 2017. “I’m obsessed with them,” the Stranger Things star, 15, revealed. “I follow them on social media. I think that they are just, like, really great. They’re so entertaining! They have their own, like, language. Instead of saying, ‘I swear,’ they’re like, ‘Bible.’ And then they’re like, ‘Okurr.’ It means, like, ‘OK.’”

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Watch Cardi B defend her decision to trademark her catchphrase in the video below. ORIGINAL STORY: Outside of her chart-topping songs, Cardi B fans love to recite her popular catchphrases . Although Cardi submitted paperwork for the trademark “ Okurrr ,” she also made sure to file

The New York-born star peppers the phrase throughout her Grammy-winning debut album, Invasion of Privacy. Last year, she described it as sounding like a

Khloé Kardashian tweeted at the time: “It’s a mutual love fest!! I LOVE you @milliebbrown! #Okurrrttt. This video made me smile from ear to ear BIBLE.”

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