Kylie Jenner to launch Quay Australia sunglasses collection

Carla Harmon
June 29, 2017

In place of the faces of rappers and band logos one might expect to find emblazoned on the tees, they feature superimposed photos of Kendall, Kylie, or their logo.

As soon as the brand announced the collection, many took to social media to point out various issues with these "repurposed" vintage tees.

Anything she puts her name to sells out quicker than a Zara jacket seen on OP, so we're betting Kylie Jenner's latest collaboration with Australian sunnies brand Quay will be no exception.

Of course, this isn't the first time the Jenners or other members of the Kardashian clique have been called out for cultural appropriation and just general tone deafness and dumbassery.

It didn't take long for the Internet, namely Black Twitter, to unite and read Kendall and Kylie Jenner to the high heavens for their $125 Tupac and Biggie vintage T-shirts.

Shirts from the likes of Pink Floyd, Metallica, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Ozzy Osbourne and more have been edited for the pair's new range, and now feature the Jenner's likenesses displayed across the classic artwork. According to CR Fashion Book, the t-shirts are a limited edition capsule collection that will sell for $125 a shirt.

Even worse, they appear to be selling really well.

Reps for the clothing line and the sisters did not immediately respond to the Daily News to confirm.

"Don't ever disrespect Tupac by putting your face on him". Or do these girls just love themselves a controversy?

Questioning the Jenner sisters' musical knowledge, one hit out: "You've defaced an fantastic bands shirt with your crap".

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