Reality sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner have hit back at a lawsuit alleging they used images of Tupac Shakur without his consent, while also revealing that they only sold two shirts total with Shakur’s photo on them.
The shirts were part of a wider line of vintage t-shirts with the likes of Metallica, Pink Floyd and KISS printed on the shirts, with images of the Jenners superimposed of the top of them.
Shortly after the shirts went on sale they were yanked after Kendall and Kylie copped widespread criticism from people including Sharon Osbourne and the mum of Notorious B.I.G. Reports also emerged that a lawyer for The Doors has threatened to sue the sisters over the ill-advised apparel.
The latest legal action to come against the Jenners is from photographer Mike Miller who alleged his images of the late Tupac Shakur were used without his consent, Sky News reports.
In a statement, Kendall and Kylie called the lawsuit “completely false and baseless,” before adding “only two Tupac shirts were sold before being pulled from distribution”.
Miller’s lawsuit claims that the reality stars “misappropriated and wrongfully exploited” his work.
Check out the t-shirts in question below.