Twitter Is Losing Its Mind Over What Kendall and Kylie Jenner Did to These Band T-shirts
The sisters rolled out the a new line of vintage t-shirts yesterday (June 28), and much to the internet's dismay, the tees riff on some of classic rock's most iconic acts. The Jenners' faces have been superimposed over designs made famous by Pink Floyd, Ozzy Osbourne, the Doors and Kiss, as well as hip-hop icons Tupac and Notorious B.I.G.
As if that wasn't enough to get fans' blood boiling, the "vintage" shirts come with a hefty pricetag of $125 USD. Browse the full range over here.
"Low stock" warnings indicate that the threads are already flying off the virtual shelf, but a lot of people are pissed. Check out some of the most dramatic responses down below.
At least if anyone organizes a formal protest against these tees, Kendall will be able to quash it with a friendly can of Pepsi.
UPDATE (06/29, 5 p.m. EDT): Kendall Jenner has apologized for the shirt designs, admitting that they were "not well thought out." They've since been removed from the sisters' retail sites.
Y'all don't even listen to rock.— vegan pho (@daysareblood_) June 28, 2017
Dark Side Of The Moon did not become one of the best albums of all time for a Jenner to slapped her face on a t-shirt with it & charge $125 pic.twitter.com/5SAEgCLIhM— 💋Julie💋 (@KiwiJulieNZ) June 28, 2017
I honestly feel attacked by Kendall and Kylie's launch of "vintage" shirts... like this is just disrespectful pic.twitter.com/2mZzYxbqoM— Shelbs (@barely_shelby) June 28, 2017
This 'brand-new vintage' band t-shirt by Kendall Jenner is the oxymoron your English teacher deserves pic.twitter.com/wfJfebI6nc— Larry Bartleet (@larrybartleet) June 29, 2017
Kendall & Kylie are really selling vintage Tupac shirts with a Instagram post overlayed on top? 😐 bye.— Matthew. (@matthew_lebroke) June 28, 2017
So who's gonna start flaming Kendall and Kylie for putting their trash initials over Tupac's face? pic.twitter.com/0O6VhI9mUE— keely 🥝 (@KeelyRink) June 28, 2017
This Kendall And Kylie vintage tee line is really blowing mine! How are you gonna put your Insta pic over biggie & call it vintage?! & PAC?!— Nany✨ (@LalonisHoochie) June 28, 2017
Tupac did not fake his own death to be put on a shirt with Kylie Jenner— brown bby (@danixicana) June 29, 2017
the disrespect. Smfh. pic.twitter.com/PWEWrsbUkY— pink gold Peach (@wolfie_____) June 28, 2017