WWE Tries to Block Travis Scott From Registering Cactus Jack Trademark
Travis Scott's attempt to register a trademark for Cactus Jack is running into some opposition from World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.
Scott has been going by the alias Cactus Jack for a while now, and even named his indie record label the same name. The problem is, the moniker was used by the wrestler, Mick Foley, back in the 1980s, and now that the "Butterfly Effect" rapper is attempting to officially trademark it, the move is being questioned by WWE, reports Wrestling News.
There may be hope for Scott's attempt, as according to the report, the trademark hasn't been active since 2010. Foley retired from the company in 2012. Obviously, this will have to be settled by the United States Patent and Trademark office or a judge.
Music-wise, Scott closed out the year releasing his collab project with Quavo, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. He recently expressed disappointment over his solo album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, not being nominated for a Grammy. "It might not have been recognized by the masses, but my fans always went hard," he said in an interview with Billboard. "This year I’m on a mission to be heard.”
Scott continues to be at the center of rumors surrounding the possibility that his girlfriend, Kylie Jenner is preggers. He doesn't seem to be sweating the fuss being made over the situation. "I don't want to talk about that. They're just guesses," Travis recently said. According to the rapper, he prefers people, "keep fishing."
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