Kanye West He’ll need to take out 10 numbers if he wants any chance of owning the rights to “White Lives Matter”…said one of the ferry owners.
Ramses Jawho acquired the rights to “WLM” last month along with his co-host of his radio show Quinton WardTMZ says… they’re not looking to sell the brand, but any potential buyer would have to put in a $1 billion bid to get them to consider selling.
For Ramses, the most important thing is to help organizations that fight for the rights of blacks … So a billion-dollar offer will make them reconsider their desire not to sell, because they can do so much with that kind of money.
Kanye was stirring fate with His “White Lives Matter” T-shirts for a month, but he could not sell it in America because he did not have the rights.
As we were informed… the brand was Brought to you by an anonymous listener From the Racial Justice Radio Show of Ramses and Quinton, “Civic Civic”… Presented on the same day by Yi He wore the controversial look At Paris Fashion Week.
The listener transferred ownership to Ramses and Quinton a few weeks ago…and covers the right to sell clothes with these words offered.
Ramses says their lawyers will take legal action against Kanye, or anyone else if the T-shirts are sold…and the $1 billion price tag would seem like an even bigger deterrent.
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Kanye is no longer a billionaire Losing a lot of business partners During His anti-Semitic rhetoric …Ramses says Ye has not contacted him about trademark rights.
And get this… for Ramses and Quinton to keep their brand, they need to use it for commerce, they can’t just sit on it… and based on what Ramses tells us here, it’s as if they’re devising a unique way to hold onto rights.
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