Kendall and Kylie vintage t-shirts pulled after backlash from Biggie Smalls’ mom


Kendall and Kylie Jenner have canceled their new vintage t-shirt line after a complaint from Biggie Smalls’ mom, Voletta Wallace. 

If you were hoping to score a new t-shirt from Kendall and Kylie’s line of vintage-inspired band shirts, it’s too late. The Jenner sisters have already suspended their new line of t-shirts after Biggie Smalls’ mom, Voletta Wallace expressed anger over the sisters’ new clothing project.

Wallace claimed that Kendall and Kylie were turning a profit from the image of her deceased son. The t-shirts in question featured either the image or initials of Kendall and Kylie printed over the top of famous concert t-shirts of various genres. The shirts retailed for $125, far over the asking price for many of the original t-shirt designs that inspired this line.

The most popular of the shirt designs used by Kylie and Kendall to create their short-lived line included the likes of Biggie Smalls, Ozzy Osbourne, and Tupac.

It turns out that Voletta Wallace wasn’t the only one upset about Kendall and Kylie’s reinvented vintage t-shirt series. After learning that Ozzy Osbourne’s old band t-shirts were also among the new Kendall and Kylie line, she also spoke out against the line according to CBS News. 

Sharon took to Twitter to get her message across, much like Biggie Smalls’ mom. ”

Girls, you haven’t earned the right to put your face with musical icons. Stick to what you know…lip gloss,” Sharon Osbourne wrote.

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It looks like Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s t-shirt line may have sparked a legal issue with Voletta Wallace. Even after the famous sisters apologized for offending with their t-shirt line and agreed to stop selling the shirts, a representative for Wallace told People, “While we appreciate that the Jenners have made an apology and pulled the unlawful and unauthorized items, this matter has yet to be resolved.”

Uh oh! Are Kendall and Kylie facing a possible lawsuit over the band inspired merch? Were you hoping to score one of these Kendall and Kylie t-shirts or do you agree with Voletta Wallace and Sharon Osbourne that the Jenner sisters should not have done this with iconic band tees?