Tupac T- Shirts and Others Removed From Kendall + Kylie Jenner’s Online Shop

Kendall + Kylie T Shirts

The controversial Kendall + Kylie tees have been removed and there are sorry they wanted to sell you an old Tupac t-shirt for $125

Reality stars turned fashion moguls Kylie and Kendall Jenner have issued an apology for their ill-conceived line of vintage music t-shirts.

The sister duo debuted their new T-shirts designs on their source link Kendall + Kylie online store Wednesday. Shortly after their release, there was a social media backlash. The designs were removed and an apology was issued via Twitter.

Twitter apology, “These designs were not well thought out and we deeply apologize to anyone that has been upset Kendall Jenner T- Shirtsand/or offended, especially to the families of the artists. We are huge fans of their music and it was not our intention to disrespect these cultural icons in any way. The tee shirts have been pulled from retail and all images have been removed. We will use this as an opportunity to learn from these mistakes and again, we are very sorry.”

“The Kendall + Kylie brand apologizes for any insensitivity, “When deciding to work with one-of-a-kind repurposed vintage tees, it was not the brand’s intent to offend anyone. These designs were randomly selected and not well thought out. The brand would like to apologize, especially to the artists that have been featured in the series. We did not mean to disrespect these icons and understand that we missed the mark completely. The designs have been removed. We sincerely apologize to the artists, their families and estates and anyone who may have been offended,” the company’s statement read.

The Kendall + Kylie One of One tops, which retailed for $125, feature images of go to link iconic rappers and music artist including Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. and album artwork from Pink Floyd, Metallica and more. On top of the artist’s images, the shirts were superimposed with pictures of the Jenners’ faces, their Instagram posts, and the brand’s “KK” logo.

This isn’t the first time that one of the Jenners has received backlash for their clothing line.

Last month, Kylie was accused of copying the designs for her camo bikini line from PluggedNYC. The brand’s founder and creative director, Tizita Balemly, took to social media to express her complaints over the situation, claiming she’d previously sent Kylie clothes from her line to wear in a photo shoot.

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