Kylie and Kendall Jenner are trapped in a lawsuit with a commercial photographer for infringement of copyright.
This admirable, ambitious Jenner-Kardashian sister are Jack of all trades, models, ambassador to various apparel brands in the U.S and even run their own clothing and cosmetic line. They are so unpredictable and daring when it comes to exploring any funnel that can fetch them fame and money.
Kylie and Kendall promotes their clothing line through their website, Social-media and short 1:30 minute videos as their brand is still in its preliminary stage, they also promote lines of T- shirts with merged images of themselves, rock, pop and rapper singers which seems to be going well for them until now things went rough for the Jenner sisters as they inappropriately promoted a T-shirt with a merged portrait of the late rappers Tupac Amaru Shakur and Christopher “Notorious B.I.G” which they sold for $125 apiece.
Michael Miller the rightful owner and photographer of the portraits of the late rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur which he registered at the U.S Office of Copyright and as the violation arose he didn’t waste any time in suing the Jenner sisters for a compensation of $150,000 per piece for inappropriate use of his photography portrait without seeking his consent or any of the family of the deceased before using the portrait for their vintage T-shirt.
Voletta Wallace the mother of Christopher Wallace “Notorious B.I.G” also took to Instagram to express her disgust for the disrespect the Jenner sisters has shown towards the portrait of her son and demanded an apology and a pull of those T-shirt from the market.
Earlier before the lawsuit and criticism surfaced the Jenner’s posted a picture of the late artist Christopher “Notorious B.I.G” with his then partner Faith Renée Evans on Instagram so as to boost sales and make fans believe they´re also fans to the artist.
After several criticisms was poured at the Jenner sister´s on the media they turned up with an apologetic note on twitter expressing how incompetent their actions were and how sorry they are for causing inconvenience to the family of the artist and fans.
If you also think alike and agree that the dead should be left to RIP and respected, and their family don’t need to be reminded of their lost in such a matter where teens pose half nude and sexy on their Instagram captioned “Body is a Wonderland” then comment and share your opinions, like and share it.
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2 thoughts on “KENDALL AND KYLIE JENNER SUED FOR INAPPROPRIATE USE OF LATE RAPPER TUPAC SHAKUR´S PORTRAIT”
I don’t know how they thought this was a good idea. I’m glad that legal action has been taken.
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With all the education they have and all the professionals they work with and meet everyday still common sense didn’t tell what to do. Smh in shame.