Lizzo files trademark for THIS musical instrument after using James Madison’s prized posession

MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA - DECEMBER 04: Lizzo performs live from Miami Beach at the Platinum Studio for American Express UNSTAGED Final 2021 Performance at Miami Beach EDITION on December 04, 2021 in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for American Express)

Sasha, it’s about time Lizzo registered a trademark for her very own flute!

Lizzo is well-known for her sexy and voluptuous body, banger vocals, and witty comebacks, but she is also a fantastic flutist. As a result, she has already filed trademark applications for her flute, dubbed “Sasha Flute.”

Trademark attorney Michael E. Kondoudis revealed the details of Lizzo’s big move to trademark her signature flute on Twitter.

The “Truth Hurts” singer has applied for trademarks for NFTs and NFT-backed media; children’s books and toys; NFT marketplaces for virtual goods, television and film productions, entertainment services, clothing and virtual clothing, and online virtual environments, including virtual goods retail stores.

According to Billboard, the US Patent and Trademark Office received all seven of Lizzo’s trademark applications for flutes. Last week, the popstar’s attorney, Peter Nussbaum, filed the applications on his behalf.

Sasha Flute, Lizzo’s daughter, has her own Instagram account, with over 326,000 followers. According to her profile photos, Sasha Flute has appeared and been used by her owner, Lizzo, on numerous occasions, including her performances.

Lizzo’s talent as a flute player is unmistakable. She would emphasize her innate musical abilities whenever he could show her talent to the public and prove that she was a classically trained flutist.

Speaking of performing with a flute, Lizzo made history last September 27 when she used Founding Father James Madison’s 200-year-old crystal flute to play for a packed audience during her “Special Tour” in Washington DC.

The Library of Congress teased the female rapper about their flute collection, which included James Madison’s crystal flute from 1813, just days before the concert.

To her surprise, the Library of Congress granted Lizzo’s request to play the instrument, which was historic because she was the first person to play it since it had been stored.

Complex eventually reported that Lizzo had been invited to Former President Madison’s estate in Montpelier for a tour and performance if she decided to pay a visit.

Lizzo’s “Special” tour has only just begun in the United States, but she has already begun selling tickets to her fans in the United Kingdom and Europe. Visit this website for more information.