Kendall And Kylie Jenner Hit With Lawsuit Over Tupac Shirts
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Not too long after debuting their line of shirts, “featuring” images of musicians such as Pink Floyd, Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur, Black Sabbath and Metallica, the Jenner sisters (Kendall and Kylie) are being hit with a copyright lawsuit by celebrity photographer, Mike Miller.

Miller captured the image of Tupac Shakur, and is now suing for unlawful use of his image, which had been superimposed on said shirts, embossed with the initials “KK” and over-layed with faces of the girls. The line received severe backlash, especially amongst the Black community (and Biggie’s momma), whom have stamped the Kardashian clan as “culture vultures”. Just recently, Khloe Kardashian was accused of ripping off the clothing designs of an independent Back creative.

The Jenner girls were planning on selling the shirts for $125 each. Well. Kudos Mike.