Kanye West Files Copyright Documents To Trademark “Sunday Service” For Merch

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Kanye West‘s Sunday Service events have become quite popular throughout the year. Many people speculated that the services would be gone earlier this year, but that wasn’t the case. Considering Ye’s popular Easter service at Coachella was a success, the artist definitely had to sell merch to go with the experience. Now, it appears that he’s looking to capitalize on his Sunday service events.

According to TMZ, West has officially filed documents to copyright ‘Sunday Service’ in order to use it for clothing, dresses, footwear, and other types of merch. It’s just a matter of time for Kanye to get the copyright authorization for new merch.

Hopefully the rapper makes his merch more accessible for fans this time around. Kanye’s merch booth for Coachella sold hoodies for $165 and $225, respectively, and socks for $50.