The Kardashians reach out to Chyna to suggest they meant no harm by denying her attempt to trademark her future name as a Kardashian.
Blac Chyna's attempt to trademark the name Angela Renee Kardashian was recently thwarted by Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney -- or, rather, by their attorneys, who stated that Chyna's use of the Kardashian trademark would cause the three sisters to "suffer damage including irreparable injury to their reputation and goodwill." Apparently the Kardashians are now reaching out to Chyna to convey that there's no bad blood as she is set to wed their brother and become part of the family, reports TMZ.
Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney have insisted that their attorneys are simply following standard procedure in their attempt to block the trademark. Sources close to Blac Chyna say that the sisters want to quickly make peace with their future in-law, but it is unclear if they have denounced the relatively insulting language used by their lawyers. Furthermore, the trademark is still yet to be approved, so the girls can play nice all they want, but it would seem that they are still hesitant about letting Chyna use their name to push her career forward.
On the other hand, Kris Jenner has reportedly tried to get the attorneys to back off, presumably wanting to allow Chyna to go ahead with the trademark. But keep in mind that she's not technically a Kardashian, even though she's the mother of the family.