Cardi B has filed an application to trademark her signature catchphrase, "Okurrr," through her company Washpoppin Inc.

The application was made to cover use of the phrase on a number of clothing items including t-shirts and jackets along with paper goods such as paper cups and posters.

The rapper and former "Love & Hip Hop: New York" star's "Okurrr" can be heard throughout her 2018 debut album Invasion of Privacy. The catchphrase, the rapper previously explained on "The Tonight Show," is like saying okay.

Cardi B used "Okurrr" in Pepsi's Super Bowl LIII commercial in February.

She was featured saying to a waitress that the beverage was more than "okurrr" to order.

Cardi B is set to make her feature film debut in "Hustlers" alongside Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and Lili Reinhart.

The movie, from writer-director Lorene Scafaria, is based on a 2016 New York magazine article about a group of former strippers who team up to scam their Wall Street clients.