For all ya'll who have been counting down the days, hours, and minutes for Kendall and Kylie Jenner to drop the latest apparel from their clothing line, the time has finally come. However, their latest batch of vintage t-shirts have quickly become the target of online criticism and ridicule. The designs have been called disrespectful and insensitive, and while those accusations are not entirely uncommon these days, it's easy to see how some might be irked by these designs.
The basic concept is simple. Jenner initials and pictures superimposed over iconic musician pictures. Some of the shirts feature Pink Floyd, The Doors, Metallica, Tupac and Biggie. The ones featuring the latter two have drawn the majority of the heat, as, well, they're dead. Therefore, they cannot protest their likeness being used in such a manner, even if they may very well have altogether avoided rolling with the Jenner sisters.
Check out some of the samples below:
The shirts can be yours for the meager price of $125 a pop. But hurry, as they are quickly selling out. What do ya'll think? Is this act disrespectful, or are people blowing things out of proportion?