Kanye West filed trademark to open new Yeezy retail store
Los Angeles, California - Kanye West is making a big move to expand and make his Yeezy Supply products more accessible to fans.
According to TMZ, Ye and his legal team recently filed to trademark the name YZYSPLY for "retail stores, online ordering services and online retail store services."
A Yeezy Supply website already exists for limited release sales on some of his footwear and fashion, but this new move may show he has an interest in soon opening an actual brick-and-mortar store location.
The trademark also requests permission to sell many other products, including shirts, hats, G-strings, night gowns, infant wear, and accessories.
The rapper has been noticeably quiet since he took a hiatus from the public eye in April after a protracted online feud with ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her new beau Pete Davidson.
He seems to be focusing on his various business ventures, including a line for Yeezy Gap Engineered by Balenciaga and an upcoming collaboration with McDonald's to redesign their burger packaging.
The 45-year-old has also been signing up athletes such as the LA Rams' Aaron Donald and the Boston Celtics' Jaylen Brown to his Donda Sports marketing agency,
Hopefully, Kanye West will remember to make a complete copy of Donda 2 available to buy at YZYSPLY.
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