Cardi B set to trademark signature catchphrase

Janai Norman reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:21 | 03/22/19

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Transcript for Cardi B set to trademark signature catchphrase
Welcome to janai Norman for "Pop news." On a Friday we're so excited and begin with the cardi B making money moves. The rapper is taking her trademark catchphrase okurrr all the way -- Whoa. By filing the paperwork with the United States patent and trademark office. Now, remember, I'm sure you've heard it everywhere. It's been immortalized in two Pepsi commercials including a super bowl spot that's become synonymous with her brand, she describes it as a cold pigeon in New York City. Okurrr. Now you've done it twice. I'll owe her a lot by the end of this. She plans to use the phrase for branding on clothing or things like paper cups or posters. Now, if you're not too sure how to spell her catchphrase, okurrr, she filed to secure the spelling two ways. One with three Rs. One with two just for good measure. Cecilia, I know you're a fan of that sound and I know you can roll your Rs. Okurrr. Yeah. What! Cardi B. Yes, yes, yes. There was a homecoming for courteney cox. The actress took a walk down memory lane, made a visit to her old TV home here in New York City, her "Friends" apartment and posted this on Instagram. Take a look. Good night, guys. I'm going home. ������ That looks familiar. The west village building. Her apartment on the hit sitcom has become a de facto New York City landmark and joked in the caption, the one where my reshts went up $12,000. Monica inherited the spacious two bedroom for her grandmother for 200 bubbles a month. What a dream. Now a two-bedroom in that neighborhood, $4500. Finally, there truly is a day for everything. Cecilia, I got to bring you back in that. Earlier you noted what today is. National bavarian crepe day. Who knew. Who knew. Cecilia did. So we challenged ourselves to help you celebrate. You said that around 7:00 A.M. Just before the show got started. What time is it? Did you find bavarian crepes. It's 8:12. Did we find some? Oh! Ask and you shall receive. Thank you, thank you. What's the difference between that and a French crepe? The batter is the same but used right away instead of having it sit for awhile. You go, George. It's good. You know what I'm thinking. What would cardi B say if she had one of these right now. Ah. No. Okurrr. There we go. You can eat now. It is good.

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