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.
Who could possibly question this kid's greatness?
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.