Kardashians Go to Extreme Measures to Stop Blac Chyna From Using Their Name

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Shots fired. The Kardashian family may have taken to Blac Chyna, but one thing they haven't taken to is the future Mrs. Rob Kardashian using their name. According to docs obtained by TMZ, Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe are doing everything they can to block Chyna from using the name "Angela Renee Kardashian" after she and Rob get married -- which is exactly what Chyna was planning on doing.  


Apparently, the four women are embroiled in nasty a legal battle over the Kardashian name right now. Chyna was going to cash in use "Kardashian" for public appearances, business ventures, as well as on social media after she and Rob tied the knot. But the girls aren't having it. Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe's companies are opposing Chyna's request to trademark the Kardashian name, saying, they'll "suffer damage including irreparable injury to their reputation and goodwill." The docs also say that Chyna is "deliberately seeking to profit from the goodwill and popularity" of the Kardashian name. Ouch!

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Whatever bad blood the Kardashian girls initially had with Chyna clearly is back -- and with a vengeance. They can't possibly be on good terms with her during a mess like this. It's also likely that their relationship with their brother has been sullied (yet again).

On the one hand, it's understandable that the girls, who have built an enormous empire on their name, wouldn't want someone new coming in and using it -- especially someone who's in an extremely volatile relationship with their brother. But on the other, damn. It seems like they just got on good terms with both Chyna and Rob -- and the couple just had a baby! In essence, what Kourt, Kim, and Khloe are saying is: We like you, but you're not really one of us. 

No doubt, this drama will play out on Keeping Up With the Kardashians -- and beyond. And on the same token, this drama will forever divide the Kardashian girls and Chyna and Rob. 

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