According to documents obtained by Page Six magazine, last month, Eminem filed an opposition against Robyn Dixon and Gizelle Bryant trademark application for “Reasonably Shady,” the name of their podcast.
In the documents, Marshall Mathers says he believes his brand will be “damaged” if the “Real Housewives of Potomac” stars are issued the trademark for their broadcast. He also said “Reasonably Shady” can “cause confusion in the minds of consumers,” who have known him by his monikers Slim Shady and Shady since the late ’90s.
Earlier this month, Page Six revealed that Bryant and Robyn Dixon are fighting back against Eminem’s motion to block their trademark application. Based on a court docs, the “Real Housewives of Potomac” stars asked for Eminem’s opposition to be denied.
Yesterday, during the recent episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Gizelle Bryant threw a shade to Eminem by implying that nobody searches for Slim Shady today: “He says that people will confuse, when they look for Reasonably Shady they get confused the thing that they are looking for Eminem. Who is searching for Eminem?! I don’t know. No shade but shade. We are still in talks, going back and forth but we are preserving.”
Fans were quick to reply in the comments. One user said: “She should really check analytics because the answer to her question is embarrassing for her.” Another commented: “Who is searching for the man who has 1Oscar, 15 Grammies, 1 Emmy = EGO. Who performed at the SuperBowl, who was inducted at the RnR Hall of Fame in 2022. Who has more than 67 m listeners on Spotify.” Someone shared a screenshot of the article that says Eminem was in top 3 most searched artist in Wikipedia of all time.
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