Kylie Jenner’s attempt to be the one true Kylie: denied.

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Back in 2014, Kylie Jenner attempted to trademark the first name “Kylie” in the U.S. and the rest of the Kylies of the world are, let’s say, not happy about it.

Leading the charge is one miss Kylie Minogue, who even took such measures as to write to the Patent Office calling Jenner “a secondary reality television personality,” according to The Daily Mail. Woah, no need for name calling!

Well, apparently Minogue’s please worked because last week Jenner’s trademark requests were denied. Don’t worry though, the youngest Kardashian-Jenner has already filed for an appeal.

Will she succeed in becoming the one and only true Kylie? Only time will tell.

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