Lizzo trademarks musical instrument after using James Madison’s prized possession
It’s high time Lizzo put a mark on her own flute, Sasha!
Along with her sexy, voluptuous body, banging voice, and witty comebacks, Lizzo is also known for being a damn good flautist. That’s why she’s already filed trademark applications for her own flute, “Sasha Flute.”
Trademark attorney Michael E. Kondoudis said everybody on Twitter the details of Lizzo’s big move to drop her signature flute.
The ‘Truth Hurts’ hitmaker has filed a trademark for NFTs and NFT-supported media; children’s books and toys; NFT marketplaces for virtual goods, television and film productions, entertainment services, virtual clothing and apparel, and online virtual environments, including virtual goods retail stores.
By Billboard, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has received Lizzo’s seven flute trademark applications. Attorney Peter Nussbaum filed the claims on the popstar’s behalf last week.
Interestingly, Lizzo’s Sasha Flute has her own Instagram account, gathering more than 326,000 subscribers. Based on her profile pictures, Sasha Flute has appeared and has been used by her owner, Lizzo, on numerous occasions, including during her performances.
Lizzo does not hide her greatness in playing the flute. Whenever he could show his talent to the public and prove that she was a classically trained flautist, she would, accentuating her innate musical abilities.
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Speaking of playing with a flute, Lizzo recently made history after using founding father JAmes Madison’s 200-year-old crystal flute to perform in front of a large audience during his “Special Tour” in Washington DC on September 27th.
A few days before the concert, the Library of Congress teased the rapper on their collection of flutes, including James Madison’s Crystal Flute from 1813.
To her surprise, the Library of Congress actually granted Lizzo’s request to play the instrument, which was historic, as she was the first person to play the instrument since it was in storage.
Ultimately, Complex reported that Lizzo was invited to former President Madison’s estate in Montpellier for a tour and performance should she decide to visit.
Lizzo has just started her “Special” tour in the US, but she already opened ticket sales for her fans in the UK and Europe today. For more information check this website.
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