Kanye 'Ye' West Files New Trademarks For Phrases 'Good To Hear From You B**tch' And 'Tremendez'

Kanye ‘Ye’ West Files New Trademarks For Phrases ‘Good To Hear From You B**tch’ And ‘Tremendez’

Kanye “Ye” West has filed new trademarks in an effort to turn his explosive online outbursts into a lucrative business.

“Good to hear from you b**ch” and “Tremendez” are just some of the phrases West is seemingly looking to put on a shirt and sell alongside his controversial “White Lives Matter” shirt that he revealed at his Yeezy fashion show.

These interesting phrases were all spewed from the 45-year-old rapper and businessman’s mouth or typed on his social media platforms, which now cease to exist. However, he plans on keeping them alive through fashion.

“Tremendez” was the name West called Tremaine Emory after the Supreme creative director called Ye out over his “WLM” shirts. “Good to hear from you b**ch” was inspired by a private text convo between him and Emory. So far, he’s only filed a trademark for those two phrases. He was already pictured this week wearing a white, long sleeve shirt with “Tremendez” written on the side of it.

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