Blac Chyna Denied Trademark of the Kardashian Name
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Blac Chyna Denied Trademark of the Kardashian Name


Welp, it looks like Blac Chyna won't be making any money off the Kardashian name after all. 

A new report claims that the 28-year-old's request to trademark the name Angela Renee Kardashian has been denied, meaning that even if by some miracle she does end up marrying Rob Kardashian and taking his name, she won't be able to profit from it.

Chyna first filed her trademark request in May of last year, shortly after the then-pregnant reality star became engaged to the lone Kardashian male.

Then, in December, the three Kardashian sisters — Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe — began their own legal action to prevent Chyna from trademarking their last name, claiming that doing so would cause irreperable harm to their image and businesses.

Coincidentally, just weeks after that occurred, Rob and Chyna split up for the first time.

Rob Kardashian And Blac Chyna At Sky Beach Club
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And now in the latest installment of the saga, TMZ reports that Chyna's trademark request has officially been denied. 

And wouldn't you know it, this news comes just two days after the parents of Dream Kardashian essentially announced they were back together with some PDA-filled Snapchat videos.

It will be interesting to see what happens now. Will Chyna continue to date Rob, and eventually even marry him, proving that she really is with him for love and not money?

Or will she split for good now that she knows no big Kardashian trademark payday is looming after she takes on his last name?

Blac Chyna Rob Kardashian
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What do you think? Will Chyna ditch Rob now that her trademark request has been denied, or is she in it for love?

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