Rolling Ray is accusing Kourtney Kardashian of taking from the Black community to sell her newest vitamin. Kourtney’s brand Lemme released a health supplement named Purr, which intends to target vaginal health.
But the word ‘purr’ is also a signature in Rolling Ray’s often viral social media content. And it seems like he sees his influence behind the name of Kourtney’s newest vitamin.
“I actually like you @kourtneykardash! & now u wanna take from the Black community again…u know where the name started..this is becoming too much..we never heard you purr a day in life,” Ray wrote.
Chile! Rolling Ray claims Kourtney Kardashian is taking from the Black community following reports of her vitamin “Purr.” pic.twitter.com/l6EJ7vawiL
— TheShadeRoom (@TheShadeRoom) March 7, 2023
Rolling Ray shared his message for the Kardashian entrepreneur as a quote tweet of a Fox 29 article about the product. According to Lemme’s website, Purr is a pineapple-flavored gummy infused with probiotics to “target vaginal health and PH levels to support freshness and odor.” The product also contains Vitamin C.
Fans React To Rolling Ray Blasting Kourtney Kardashian, But She Has Not
Despite tagging Kourtney in his critique, Rolling Ray has not received a public response from the eldest Kardashian. Her last tweet, a blog post tease about seed cycling, was published hours before Ray called her out.
Meanwhile, Ray reposted The Shade Room‘s post of his tweet to his Instagram Story with his song CuntOfTheWeek attached.
Released in May 2021, the lyrics on the post go, “…out here stealing motherf**king words, out here thinking they’re big purr, ain’t no motherf**king big purr.”
They continue, “I’m the motherf**king big purr, the re, and the motherf**king mix b***h.”
Rolling Ray’s tweet for Kourtney has received more than 3,900 likes and over 366,000 views. His replies are a mix of applause for the callout, questions about trademarking the phrase, and ‘sue her’ comments.
Go offfffffffff!!! Everybody know. https://t.co/aWnd6B2QPy
— Koin Doll (@janeedwilson) March 6, 2023
Exactly Ray! pic.twitter.com/43WI00HTqJ
— 🤌🏾 (@SirajHub) March 6, 2023
everyone asking if he trademarked it don’t understand how long the process actually takes for it to become official https://t.co/rVZSekHS9f
— T ✨ (@tameralynnn) March 7, 2023
In one tweet that Ray retweeted, @tameralynn wrote, “it takes almost a year for it to even be assigned for someone to examine.” In another, she said, “currently going through it rn, and it’s stressful,” which Ray also retweeted.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s website shows Kourtney’s company applied to trademark ‘Lemme Purr’ on August 31, 2022. The trademark status is ‘live’ and covers vitamins, supplements, vitamin-fortified foods and beverages, and vitamin cases.
The word ‘Purr’ is also trademarked by Boulder Organics after filing on January 21, 2022. Their ‘live’ application covers electronic publications, particularly pet-focused magazines, and columns, both on computer media and in print.
Another ‘live’ trademark of the word ‘Purr’ belongs to Purrleisure Inc. This company secured the phrase for online retail store services for home, wellness, and skincare products, particularly in subscription boxes. Their application was filed on May 9, 2022.