Kendall and Kylie Jenner just cannot seem to stay out of controversy these days, and continue to do absolutely enraging things with fashion.
This time, though, their latest fashion faux pas comes from their very own Kendall + Kylie clothing line. There they are selling $125 “one of a kind, individually hand-picked vintage T-shirts,” with their initials and faces plastered all over iconic musicians.
Basically, the sisters took classic T-shirts/posters of largely dead musicians and superimposed their faces or “K K” on top of them.
It looks real bad.
Your eyes aren’t deceiving you. That’s a picture of one of Kylie’s Instagram posts superimposed over a picture of beloved rapper, Tupac.
The sisters have also placed their billion dollar faces on shirts with the album covers of The Notorious B.I.G., Pink Floyd, Metallica, and Led Zeppelin, and people are, unsurprisingly, really pissed. So, if this makes you mad, you’re not alone. People on Twitter had a lot to say about the disrespectful “fashion.”
I hope the Biggie/Tupac estates sue the shit outta Kendall and Kylie
— B*cky (@italisvital_) June 29, 2017
have they not tainted 2pac’s legacy enough with that shitty movie n now Kendall and kylie make t shirts with him aND them on it??? Disgustin
— edeath♡༄ (@Edithluvsjesus) June 29, 2017
Kendall and Kylie have lost their damn minds. Putting their faces over true icons. are they srsly that clueless?! Tf
— Sammy Sopita (@sambamb00m) June 29, 2017
Oh yeah, did we say the sell for $125?
Kendall and Kylie really think they can plaster their face on any legendary band/artist for a t-shirt and sell it for $100+?! 😩😡
— tayler 🍓 (@tayragang) June 29, 2017
Kendall and Kylie are trash for so many things… but this… this is straight disrespectful, and they’re selling them for $125 each 🤦🏻♂️ pic.twitter.com/W50WqHUpRw
— Cj Conde (@carloscjconde) June 28, 2017
Kendall: I’m such a rock chick I love *looks at smudged writing on her hand* Pink Fluid and The Rolling Rocks
— nisa🍒 (@sologivenchy) June 28, 2017
Of course, Kylie and Kendall had absolutely no problem modeling their tees for their Twitter followers. Because when will they learn?
Even more shocking (well, maybe not), is that the shirts sold so quickly that some of them on the site are in “low stock,” which means people are actually buying them.
Just goes to show that, unfortunately, nothing is more powerful than the Jenner/Kardashian name, no matter what they get themselves into.
[H/T: Entertainment Weekly]