Why Fans Are Furious With Kylie Jenner Over These 2 Lip Kits

KYLIE Jenner gave her older sisters more competition with a series of busty Instagram snaps this week.

The Australian singer Kylie Minogue won the legal battle against Kylie Jenner on Monday over the name trademark issue of their first names. And since the Australian singer is the "original" Kylie, she already owns the trademarks for "Kylie Minogue Darling", "Lucky - the Kylie Minogue musical" and "Kylie Minogue", and has owned Kylie.com since 1996. We think Minogue can now add "reputation arsonist" to her list of skills. She filed a request with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) so that she could use it for advertising purposes in the U.S. However, it is alleged that Jenner has launched an appeal in response to the rejection. Minogue and her representative business, KBD, retaliated in February 2016, filing a notice of opposition to Jenner's application.

Kylie Jenner's trademark application which sought to register the term "Kylie" for advertising services and endorsement services in the United States was rejected by the Patent Office last week.

If that weren't enough, Kylie Minogue's legal team claimed that Kim Kardashian's little sister does nothing more than display "photographic exhibitionism" on her social media accounts.

Minogue, on the other hand, also registered her opposition to Jenner's trademark attempt, claiming that it would "bring on confusion for both the celebrities and their brands". This, speculates the BBC, may mean that a settlement has been reached. But for Kylie Jenner, there is no question of being destabilized!

As seen in the (above) snap, Ky isn't afraid to display her goods!

So how did Kylie fans react to the news? The Kylie Minogue vs Kylie Jenner trademark war came to an end with Kylie Minogue winning the battle.

  • Ernesto Newman