Stray Shots: Tyler Perry Wins Trademark Battle For ‘What Would Jesus Do’

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- Let us pray: What Would Jesus Do is now property of Tyler Perry. Now, raise your hand if you mentally stretched out his last name like Hurricane Chris expressing his fondness Halle Berry.

The United State Patent and Trademark Office sided with the media mogul in the trademark battle for the popular phrase last week, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

He won the battle over ‘I Want to Work for Diddy’ flop (listen, we all fall short of the glory of God) Kimberly “Poprah” Kearney, who registered the trademark in 2008, several months before Perry did. Perry registered the phrase in the category of “entertainment services,” with the idea of producing “live concerts, a TV program and motion pictures” in relation to the trademark.

- In her first interview since her infamous ‘Juice’ elevator rumble with her music mogul brother-in-law, Solange down played the elevator incident with Jay-Z. “What’s important is that my family and I are all good,” she tells Lucky magazine. “What we had to say collectively was in the statement that we put out, and we all feel at peace with that.”

- Here’s a shady question to perk up your Monday afternoon: Would you deduct seconds from your beautiful ass life to watch Kenya Moore portray Michelle Obama on film?

“I would love to play Michelle Obama, I would die to play her,” Moore gushed to Dish Nation. “She is an amazing woman! She’s a mother, she’s a mogul, she’s a philanthropist. She is just a great person. I would love to play someone like her.”