Beyoncé told it exactly like it is in a trademark dispute over her 7-year-old daughter's name. 

The superstar described Blue Ivy as a "cultural icon" in a trademark brief obtained by The Blast. 

In 2016, Beyoncé's limited liability company attempted to trademark her daughter's name. But a woman filed an opposition to the trademark, claiming that it would affect her own "lifestyle event planning" company of a similar name trademarked in 2012. 

Beyoncé called the opposition "frivolous" and referred to Blue as a "cultural icon" and "mini style star," according to E! News.

The superstar's daughter, despite being young, is a pop culture icon. She has impeccable style, sang on a Billboard Hot 100 hit, and starred in many of her mom's most popular music videos. 

The singer made some valid arguments against the opposition to her trademark file, so the request to move forward will likely come to fruition. 

Some have given the artist flack for calling Blue Ivy a "cultural icon," but it was to prove a point that her name Blue Ivy Carter could not be confused with a lifestyle event planning company called Blue Ivy. 

"The Opposition, which claims that consumers are likely to be confused between a boutique wedding event planning business and Blue Ivy Carter, the daughter of two of the most famous performers in the world, is frivolous and should be refused in its entirety," Beyoncé's brief states. 

It continues, "Blue Ivy Carter is a cultural icon who has been described as a 'mini style star' and has been celebrated for her 'fashion moments' overs [sic] the years  …  Her life and activities are followed extensively by the media and the public."

Here's all of the proof that Blue Ivy is a cultural icon. 

Only a true icon could silence two of the biggest names in music. This incredible video surfaced after the 2018 Grammys and shows Blue Ivy settling down her parent's clapping. 

The brief further argues that the 7-year-old and the event planning firm are two separate entities that couldn't possibly be confused, in which case both trademarks can exist. Plus, Beyoncé is attempting to trademark her daughter's full name, Blue Ivy Carter.

Blue Ivy is also a music icon and the youngest artist to have a song on the Billboard Hot 100. 

Blue could potentially pursue a music career one day or launch a brand with her name. The young star was featured on Beyoncé's "Brown Skin Girl," which hit Billboard's Hot 100 at number 76. The 7-year-old became the youngest person to ever make that list. 

Beyoncé's daughter loves fashion and may want to launch her own line one day. 

It's better to be safe than sorry in this case, so for Beyoncé it's no surprise that she wants her daughter to have legal rights to her name. The brief notes Blue Ivy's love of fashion and the potential to be the face of a brand. 

Considering the amount of memes that the youngster has been turned into, I'd say that makes her a cultural icon. 

On the child's seventh birthday, one fan wished her a "Happy Birthday" with a thread of everyone's favorite memes and gifs of her. Blue Ivy's personality shines through with every public appearance, and that translates to some pretty hilarious memes. If being turned into a meme doesn't make you a cultural icon, then I don't know what does. 

Who could possibly question this kid's greatness? 

photo: Beyoncé

Beyoncé has received some clapbacks from people who think it's a little extra to call your daughter a cultural icon. But is she wrong? Queen Bey is just looking out for her little girl. If this trademark dispute gets resolved, then we'll have some pretty awesome Blue Ivy Carter products to look forward to in the future.