Kendall and Kylie Jenner could be in serious legal trouble in the nearest future as they battle the media outcry generated from their recent controversy. The Kardashian sisters like the entire family are famous for always being in the news. However this time Kylie is not getting lip fillers neither is Kendall walking on the runway. The sisters who own a fashion line of t-shirts are in trouble for printing the picture of Hip-hop legends The Notorious B.I.G, Tupac Shakur and Ozzy Osborne over pictures of themselves.
The vintage shirt which would have cost $125 was posted on the sister’s online store on Wednesday as a new design for their t-shirt brand. However, the picture quickly generated public disgust for the audacity of the girls to put themselves in the same context as these stars. As the public distaste for the picture was obvious the sisters quickly took down the shirts form their online store but the damage was already done.
Kendall, who is a super model and the older of the two quickly, put out a well-crafted apology directed especially to the families of the legends involved. The 21 year old in a message posted on social network site twitter expressed deep regret for posting the shirts. She acknowledged that the designs were not well thought out. She also explained that the legends were Idols to the girls which were why their pictures were used. She rounded up by apologising the families of the legends whose pictures they have used.
Mother of Notorious B.I.G, Voletta Wallace while responding the shirts described the girls as being disrespectful and was baffled as to why they didn’t contact the stars estate before posting the pictures. She also expressed dissatisfaction as to the attempted exploitation of her Sons death to sell t-shirts.
Sharon Osborne, who is the wife of the late Ozzy Osborne reacting to the news on twitter, said “Girls, you haven’t earned the right to put your face with musical icons, Stick to what you know…lip gloss.
Kylie and Jenner who are the youngest of the Kardashian clan might be in serious legal trouble if the estate of the legends decides to press charges. Time would tell if that would be the case.