Kylie Minogue Shades Kylie Jenner in the Most Brilliant Way Possible

Kylie Minogue Shades Kylie Jenner in the Most Brilliant Way Possible

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In a legal battle that began in 2014, Kylie Jenner tried to trademark her first name, but Kylie Minogue fought back with a dispute and has won. Mama Minogue basically said, “Sit down and wait your turn child. I am still here and I am not going anywhere.”

Some of the statements in her dispute were the following:

Our favorite moment from the above list of reasons is ”a secondary reality television personality.” This reminds us of that moment when Mariah said, “I don’t know her” when asked about Jennifer Lopez on the red carpet. The shade of it all!

But actually, we can’t bully Jenner that much. Rumor has it she donates toiletries every month to LGBT homeless youth at the Los Angeles LGBT Center. She also was a huge supporter of Caitlyn Jenner’s transition, exemplifying true tolerance and acceptance to a younger generation that follows the social media maven.

While we are fans of Jenner’s too, we do think it is a little far fetched to claim ownership of a name that already holds so much star power. Minogue’s dispute argues that in contrast to Jenner, Minogue is an “internationally-renowned performing artist, humanitarian, and breast cancer activist known worldwide simply as “Kylie.’”

This isn’t the only reason why Minogue’s name (first and last) has been littering headlines recently. She announced last week on her Instagram account that she and heartthrob fiancé Joshua Sasse ended their engagement.

Seems to us like Minogue is telling everyone to get outta her way! Could she be purging before another album release? She hasn’t put out new music in some time, and we would love to hear something new from the talented gay icon!

To conclude, we will leave you with the flawless video for her epic anthem “Get Outta My Way” because why not.


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