Kendall and Kylie Jenner are in hot water once again, this time for their line of Kendall + Kylie vintage t-shirts. Retailing at $125 a pop, the shirts feature music icons like Tupac, Biggie, Pink Floyd, and Metallica, all with Kendall and Kylie's faces superimposed over the original images.
The shirts featuring Biggie and Tupac have sparked outrage, with people on Twitter voicing their disdain for what they are saying is cultural insensitivity.
Recently, Kylie was accused of stealing clothing designs from black-owned independent brand Plugged NYC. Earlier this year, Kendall starred in a now infamous ad for Pepsi that seemed to be saying that soda could solve racism and police brutality.
The Tupac and Biggie shirts have already sold out, and the others are in low stock.
Check out people's reactions to the shirts below.
Who tf told Kendall and Kylie it was chill to use Pac and Biggie as a background for themselves on their graphic tees? Cause no— Sydnie (@Sydnie_Johnson) June 28, 2017