This week, news broke that Kanye West is currently facing an uphill legal battle after an obscure Chinese company filed paperwork laying claim to the rapper-designer’s precious “Yeezy Boost” trademark. The stories all painted a similar picture: an expired trademark, some forgotten legal paperwork, and a ruthless foreign competitor with a funny name (Fujian Baby Network Technology Co.) who grabbed one of fashion’s most coveted trademarks. Luckily for Team Yeezy, only half of that story is true—and because the ins-and-outs of intellectual property law are far too complex to fit in a punchy headline, the reality of situation was pretty much lost in translation. The real talk here is: Ye shouldn’t sweat this whole fiasco too much. “It’s kind of fascinating to see everybody make such big deal about this,” says Sam P. Israel, a New York attorney who specializes in intellectual property. “The most that [this Chinese company] has to gain from all of this is just to be a pain in the ass. The fact of the matter is that it’s a simple thing to resolve. Kanye West owns the mark. If he was using the mark first, it’s his mark.” Read more at GQ.