JAY-Z Files Documents To Trademark Diamond Hand Sign
Rapper JAY-Z has filed documents to trademark the famous Roc-A-Fella diamond hand sign, TMZ reports.
Jay-Z is officially trying to lock down the Roc-A-Fella diamond hand sign for himself … TMZ has learned.
The hip-hop mogul just filed legal docs to obtain exclusive rights to the iconic symbol — which Jay’s been flashing for years.
He applied for a trademark to use the diamond hand sign in a variety of entertainment services in either music, video, TV or film.
Interestingly, Jay was sued over the symbol in 2005 by Diamond Dallas Page — but the case was settled out of court, and it doesn’t look like DDP ever trademarked it for himself.
As far as hip-hop fans are concerned, Jay’s always owned the Roc symbol — this would just make it official.
“Throw your diamonds up ’cause we in this bitch another ‘gain!”
He’s reportedly trying to secure the use of the sign exclusively for his empire, including in music, video, TV and film.
JAY-Z has made the diamond hand sign famous, with several people believing the sign alludes to the infamous cult Illuminati.
The new move comes just after the Jay- Z filed court docs through his company, S. Carter Enterprises, to obtain the rights for his new restaurant, Hovino.
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