Despite the fact that it appeared like the tidy had settled around Kylie and Kendall Jenner’s disputable shirts, one picture taker is back with another claim.
As indicated by TMZ, picture taker Al Pereira has recorded a suit against Kendall Jenner, Inc., which purportedly blames Kendall for lacking consent to utilize his photographs of 2Pac, Biggie and Redman.
The $125 shirts included Kendall and Kylie’s countenances slapped crosswise over pictures of the three rap legends, and additionally other notorious craftsmen, for example, Jim Morrison of The Doors and Black Sabbath’s Ozzy Osbourne. The shirts were quickly sold on their site, however they were brought down in July after the general population kickback.
The celebrated sisters are now confronting a claim from The Doors’ lawyers and were undermined with a claim by The Notorious B.I.G’s. bequest
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Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner are embroiled in yet another controversy, which follows the drama surrounding Kendall’s recently pulled Pepsi ad earlier this year. The famous reality television stars have now released a limited edition shirt collection that features Kendall and Kylie’s faces over iconic images of Tupac and Biggie.