Atlanta rapper 21 Savage is bidding farewell to all of the hot girls of summer ’19. The hip-hop star went to social media this week to welcome the mighty return of fall.
Sav went to Instagram last night to say goodbye to hot girl summer.
According to reports, rap star Megan Thee Stallion took legal action a few months ago to have her infectious “Hot Girl Summer” catchphrase protected.
Megan Thee Stallion is currently in the process of trademarking her fiery catchphrase “Hot Girl Summer,” Billboard has confirmed. The trademark was filed July 10, the same day the Houston native publicly responded to one of her fans saying she was actively “in the process” of making it happen. As the “Hot Girl Summer” meme has taken off online, brands including Wendy’s, Duolingo, Forever 21 and Maybelline have all used it in their marketing. The trademark will cover merchandise specifically for products such as hoodies, T-shirts and sportswear, if approved. (Billboard)
Back on July 10, Meg publicly announced her trademark pursuit.
Meg went to Instagram in July to show just how popular the “Hot Girl Summer” takeover had become.
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