UPDATE: Kendall and Kylie Jenner have pulled their controversial music t-shirts from sale, after copping it from Sharon Osbourne and Notorious B.I.G.’s mum.
ORIGINAL STORY: In a move which is bound to piss off fans off all bands involved, Kendall and Kylie Jenner are selling vintage music tees but with a twist.
They’ve taken tees from the likes of Metallica, Pink Floyd, Kiss and 2Pac and put their own stamp on it by printing their logo and pictures of themselves over it.
In some cases, they’ve even taken a screenshot of their own Instagram and printed it over the iconic tees.
They’re flogging them for $125 which is more than anyone has ever paid for a band tee but no one has really ever bought anything quite like these before.
Vintage band tees have become a staples amongst big celebs these days. Justin Bieber has been getting around in Marilyn Manson and Nirvana tees while Kanye has been slammed for wearing Testament tees. Even the Jenner’s own sister Kim Kardashian has been criticised once before wearing a jacket with Disclose’s logo on it.
It was inevitable that Kendall and Kylie’s stunt was going to piss people off which was probably part of the marketing strategy and they’ve been successful because Twitter is mad. Real mad.
someone please get kendall & kylie and get them out of business like YOU GONNA DISRESPECT PINK FLOYD & TUPAC LIKE THAT? pic.twitter.com/fL8rmryZdD
— lyssa (@Lyssuhh7) June 28, 2017
the "vintage tees" on Kendall and Kylie's shop are just distressed t-shirts w their old Instagrams on them. remarkable. pic.twitter.com/RE9tSG2Q3f
— mariah (@mRiah) June 28, 2017
bruh, those Kendall & Kylie shirts are real? pic.twitter.com/XCYijCglwy
— Aria's Dad (@kiztheartist) June 28, 2017
Kendall & Kylie are trash idc fuck u guys keep profiting off of things u don't actually listen to or know anything about 💖💗💘💕💖💗💘💕
— junglejim4322 (@anhz00) June 29, 2017
Kendall Jenner really out here putting her face on tshirts with Pink Floyd, The Doors, and Ozzy Osborne ,,, 🤐 pic.twitter.com/I50TN9PQBv
— sarah (@sarahhzinn) June 28, 2017