Kendall and Kylie Jenner have issued an apology at present, pulling a sequence of controversial (and costly) T-shirts from varied retailers. Individuals’s complaints concerning the shirts centered much less on their $100+ price ticket, although—it’s 2017, and paying 100 bucks to put on Kendall Jenner’s face in your torso is simply what folks do—however on the truth that the Jenners superimposed, sans permission, their likenesses over traditional pictures and logos by artists like Tupac Shakur, Ozzy Osbourne, and The Infamous B.I.G.
It’s not clear what message the Jenners had been attempting to ship with the shirts—past “Our buddy Dave’s actually into Photoshop proper now”—however the mockery got here at them with a quickness. The artists in query—or their estates, within the case of those that are useless—famous that no one had requested them about utilizing the musicians’ likenesses, whereas others merely identified the sloppiness of the particular work.
Bowing to the general public stress, the sisters issued an apology at present, asserting the the shirts could be pulled from shops. In the meantime, if persons are nonetheless mad about Kylie and Kendall’s efforts to actually cowl up the artists of the previous with their very own distinctive model of superstar, possibly they’ll mollify them with a pleasant chilly can of Pepsi.
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