Houston rapper Travis Scott might just be World Wrestling Entertainment’s number one enemy. New reports claim the professional wrestling league wants to stop Cactus Jack from trademarking his nickname.
According to reports, the WWE wants to block Scott from owning the name retired wrestler Mickey Foley went by.
The rapper launched his own label in 2017 called Cactus Jack Records, and has featured the name on a number of merch designs. PWInsider reports the WWE no longer has an active Cactus Jack trademark, as they abandoned it in 2010—about two years before Foley retired. But because the company had rights over the name for such a long period of time, they have a much better shot at blocking Scott’s trademark registration. (Complex)
A few weeks ago, Scott’s new Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho album snagged a Top 3 debut on the sales chart.
Coming in at No. 3 on the new Billboard 200 is Huncho Jack, the new duo project from rappers Travis Scott and Migos’ Quavo. The pair’s Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, debuts with 90,000 units, of which 17,000 were in traditional album sales. The album is powered largely by streams of the set, as it earns 70,000 SEA units (equaling 105.3 million on-demand audio streams of the album’s songs during the week). (Billboard)
Recently, rap star Cardi B acknowledged the rappers’ Apple music chart takeover.