Kanye West files to trademark 'Good to hear from you bitch' phrase after finalizing divorce from Kim Kardashian

Kanye West files to trademark 'Good to hear from you bitch' phrase after finalizing divorce from Kim Kardashian
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West attend the the Versace fall 2019 fashion show at the American Stock Exchange Building in lower Manhattan on December 2, 2018 in New York City (Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Kanye West appears to be heading toward a brand new direction after finalizing his divorce from former partner Kim Kardashian. As reported by Page Six, the 'Famous' rapper has previously filed a "declaration of disclosure" which comes off as a huge surprise as he was famously obsessed with the SKIMS founder. Later that move, Ye now endeavors to turn his online trolling into a money-making establishment. 

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The rapper has filed to trademark both the phrases "Good to hear from you bitch" and "Tremendez," which he used as a bounce back against his dispute with former friend Tremaine Emory. The American designer was one of the first to call Kanye out after he promoted 'White Lives Matter' on a sweatshirt after the Yeezy fashion show. Tremaine later got intensively into the matter after Kanye used Virgil Abloh's name who was a mutual friend of the two, on an Instagram post.

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Tremaine shared what he felt about Kanye's outrageous actions on an Instagram post, "Your not a victim your just an insecure narcissist that’s dying for validation from the fashion world." "I gotta draw the line at you using Virgil’s death in your ‘ye’ is the victim campaign in front your sycophant peanut algorithm gallery," he stated at the beginning of his caption. The creative director of Supreme did not wrap it just yet but also defended Gabriella Karefa-Johnson toward the end, who was also a victim of Kanye's online trolling over the 'White Lives Matter' shirt drama, as per the Page Six report.

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Later, Kanye dragged the matter to his Instagram and shared personal chats with Tremaine. In the screenshots, Ye's former friend asks the rapper the reason behind him not being invited to Virgil's funeral. He further persists him to expose the true face of his and Virgil's friendship to the public. To which the 'Gold Digger' rapper sent a paragraph greeting his former friend with the phrase, "Good to hear from you bitch."

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Following this, Ye continued trashing Tremaine on his Instagram page, "AND TO TREMAINE I'M CHANGING YOUR NAME FOREEEEEVVVVVRRRRR. TREMAIN'S NEW NAME AS THE BLM OFFICER AT SUPREME ISSSS TREMENDEZ." 

Kanye West has now filed to trademark both of his famous troll phrases in order to profit off of it. He is also on the verge to settle his divorce from his ex-wife Kim Kardashian. The former couple has hired top attorneys to split their multi-billion dollar empire. The fate of their kids has not been decided as of now. However, Kanye seems certain to teach his kids choir at Donda Academy after their school hours as a compromise. 

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