Williams took to Instagram to unveil her “Unbothered” t-shirt look and to tell her fans to order the apparel. Taylor got wind of this, and she didn’t take too kindly to it.
Taylor is working on her clothing line called UNBOTHERED LLC, and she responded to Williams’ photo demanding she take it down.
“No it will not be coming out because unbothered is my clothing line, legally as well & u follow me so I’m sure you know what it is,” she said. “So you should take this down.”
Williams responded to Tatiana… oops… Teyana Taylor on “Rickey Smiley Morning Show.” She kept “mistakenly” calling her Tatiana.
“I always remain unbothered. I’ve been saying ‘unbothered’ and ‘fleek’ like everybody else on Instagram,” Williams said. “Like she said on my comments, I do follow Tatiana or whatever.”
She added, “I follow a lot of people who are in entertainment. I try to support a lot of our young black women doing it in music.”
Williams admitted she follows Taylor, but she had no idea she has a clothing line called “Unbothered.” But she wished Taylor would’ve consulted her legal team instead of coming for her.
“I really don’t have a problem with her having a clothing line called unbothered because my t-shirt is just a t-shirt line. It’s not a clothing line.”
She added, “furthermore, I just wish Tatiana would’ve consulted her legal team because then she would know that she can’t even trademark the word unbothered anyway.”
She continued with, “I just thought it was a little distasteful to put the comment on Instagram instead of DM’ing me. She could’ve just DM’d me and said, ‘Hey Porsha, I’d rather you not da da da da,’ and I could’ve put ‘pretty on fleek’ or whatever else. It was just blown out of proportion.”
On her own show, “Dish Nation,” she and her co-hosts poked fun at the legal war. Plus, Williams said, “I just want everyone to know that the shirt will be available for pre-order on Sunday.”
Watch Williams’ segment on “Dish Nation” below: