Dancing Dolls Studio Owner and Star of Lifetime’s ‘Bring It’ Claims Southern University Sent Her a Cease and Desist After Trademarking ‘Dancing Dolls’ [Video]

Dianna Williams, the studio owner and choreographer of the Dancing Dolls and star of Lifetime’s “Bring It,” has responded to Southern University’s cease and desist letter.

It seems like Mrs. Dianna is not here for SU dancing team sending her a cease and desist letter. Mrs. D owns the famous Dancing Dolls dance team which was founded in Jackson, Mississippi. Williams and her DD4L team rose to fame after scoring a hit series, “Bring It!” on Lifetime networks.

Almost ten years after the show aired, the Southern University dance team allegedly have an issue with Mrs. D using the name.

Mrs. D took to Instagram live to share the details of what’s been happening, claiming that the school sent her a cease and desist letter in February after they trademarked the name “Dancing Dolls.”

However, Mrs. D seemed to be unbothered by the letter and says she’ll let her lawyer handle the situation. She shared that she has trademarked the name for the usage of apparel. She is also now the owner of the name DD4L and Buck Or Die. To be pettier, Mrs. D also trademarked the full name of SU’s dance team, the Fabulous Dancing Dolls.

Southern University’s dance team has yet to comment on the matter.

Source & Credit: balleralert.com

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