Cardi B To Trademark “Okurrr” & Powerfully Explains Why

Published: Friday 22nd Mar 2019 by Sam

Cardi B‘s ascend to Rap royalty has largely been on the back catchy hits and infectious catchphrases.

Of the latter, “Okurrr” has become her most notable.

Well, Belcalis is wasting no time capitalizing on it.

Dive below for details…

It’s been revealed that the rapper is trademarking the phrase and in a new video she explained why.

Check out her rationale:

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#CardiB is trademarking #Okurrr and explains why! 💰

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More power to her!

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  1. Fancy BISH March 22, 2019

    SMART. 😎 #Cardi

  2. Whoops 🤷🏽‍♀️🤭💅🏾 March 22, 2019

    Well ok but does sis really look like this or is there a filter thats making her eyes look sunken and beady at the same time… Because she lowkey look like that momo challenge thing…

    • King of Kingz March 22, 2019

      🥴nah that’s her in natural her form 🤣

  3. King of Kingz March 22, 2019

    😟whew she need to put that lace front & make up back on cuz that forehead & face without them is 🤢

  4. Meme March 22, 2019

    Very very smart. The thing I love about this new generation of talent…they are smarter. Argue with me all you want. There’s no reason why iconic figures like MC Hammer and Lil Kim should be broke. It’s sad they didn’t optimize their opportunities in their prime.

    These artist today are branding themselves. They ain’t relying on just music income.

    • StarXavi March 22, 2019

      I agree but we must remember there are way more avenues to success now then there were back then. It was harder to reach audiences back in the day and you needed the backing of a big label to make any real impact.

      • Meme March 22, 2019

        That’s true

  5. Lou-Andrew Rodriguez March 22, 2019

    Wow she’s reaching. Don’t everybody in New York say this?

    • Whoops 🤷🏽‍♀️🤭💅🏾 March 22, 2019

      Yes. On one hand I can kinda see her logic to profit off of it, for “popularizing” it (you know, amongst white people that is), but on the other hand, I do see why people would be upset if someone took basic cultural phrases or lingo that everybody says and trademarked and commercialized it as THEIR catchphrase. No shade but her entire persona is a stereotype. And Okurr, eoww, what’s poppin, etc. etc. and everything else that’s supposedly “her catchphrases” have been created and widely used by a lot of other black people for a long while now…

      • Rey March 22, 2019

        Agreed! Couldn’t have said it better myself!

  6. Just sayin March 22, 2019

    How is she trying to trademark a phrase Langanja Estranja said consistently on air on RuPauls Drag Race back in 2014 before Cardi B was even on the scene!?

    • Jeans March 22, 2019

      Exactly 😂😂😂😂

      • Faf March 22, 2019

        And before that it was a sketch a white lady did in 2010

    • Dc March 22, 2019

      Trying it’s trademarked now so get mad who cares what some forgettable drag queen said if he say it again on tv cardi get check ha ha 😂😂

  7. Beam Me Up Scotty March 22, 2019

    She’s definitely not the first one to say this so good luck getting that bag.

  8. QueenMinajlova March 22, 2019

    no international tour no UK Success
    no physical sales…
    and this is the person y;all thought would replace nicki….lol lol lol
    MEGAN THEE STALION is the rihanna to nicki minaj’s beyonce….
    this girl and all the others of this era bar maybe KASHDOLL & city girls r all trash period

    • Cleva March 22, 2019

      Girl you are really setting Nicki up to be dragged to the Gawds!! Don’t do it! 😂😂😂

    • Dc March 22, 2019

      She won Grammy for album
      Making history I think this replaced nicki

    • Caleb March 23, 2019

      Stopped reading after “Nicki Minaj’s Beyoncé.”

  9. DC3 FOREVER March 22, 2019

    Exactly why she’s on top. I’m not a Cardi Stan but I’ve been watching and following her since L&HHNY and I’m proud keep it up!

  10. ThBeyoncé March 23, 2019

    Frauds, I heard okurrr from one of the rupaul drag race contestant seasons ago, This celebs keeps stealing from gay people it’s is very unfair.

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