A Tupac Photographer is Suing Kylie and Kendall Jenner Over Their T-Shirts

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So…we’re guessing the apology wasn’t enough?

Famed photographer  Michael Miller, who’s shot everyone from Tupac to Kendrick Lamar, is suing Kylie and Kendall Jenner over their disastrous vintage T-Shirt line they were going to try and sell.

READ: Biggie Estate Rejects Kendall And Kylie Apology Over T-Shirt Line

The T-shirts featured the girls’ faces over the photos of iconic acts like the Notorious B.I.G., Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica, and Tupac. The shirt that featured Tupac used an image that Miller shot and owned the copyright to:

Miller’s lawyer Scott Alan Burroughs filed the lawsuit. He says that the sisters “at no times notified Miller that they intended to exploit his photography, let alone obtained his authorization…an association with Kendall is particularly problematic given that she was complicit in not one but two of the worst public relations disasters in recent memory.”

One of those “public relations disasters” was the infamous Pepsi commercial.

These shirts have been a disaster for the Jenners. They were panned the second images of the shirts hit the ‘Net. Voletta Wallace, Biggie’s mother; Sharon Osbourne and Suge Knight’s son Jacob wrote scathing posts on social media.

The Jenners soon pulled the shirts, which were going to cost $125, and apologized. It doesn’t seem like that will be enough.


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