It seems that the Kendall and Kylie Jenner T-shirt saga won't end. A few days ago, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” sisters released a shirt collection featuring their faces superimposed over hip-hop and classic rock photographs, which Instagram and Twitter roasted them for.

But Kylie and Kendall’s nightmare has not ended here. On July 11, photographer Michael Miller, who is behind the Tupac images, took it to Twitter to reveal that he had filed a lawsuit against the sisters. According to Michael, the Jenner sisters had used his images without permission, claiming copyright infringement.

He tweeted that the reality TV stars had “misappropriated and wrongfully exploited” his pictures of the singer by “overlaying them with blurred text and dubious imagery.”

What is their response?

In response to Michael Miller, the Jenner sisters claim that the lawsuit is baseless and the allegations made are completely false. According to Kendall and Kylie, there is no violation of infringement of anyone’s rights. And this does not end here - Kendall took it to her Twitter account to reveal that only two customers had purchased the Tupac shirts in question.

In a statement to New York Times, Kendall Jenner said that she had already accepted her mistake and removed the T-shirt images from official social media the same day.

A mix of statements

While Kendall and Kylie Jenner claim that the photographer’s lawsuit is baseless, Michael Miller told Hollywood Life that the Jenner sisters exploited his collection.

According to him, Kendall and Kylie Jenner intended to misuse his photography.

The fashion label claims that it did not sell more than two “vintage” shirts with Shakur’s pictures on them, The Associated Press reports.

Have the reality TV stars damaged the reputation of musicians like Shakur, Ozzy Osbourne, Notorious B.I.G., and The Doors by using their images wrongfully? According to a report by Inquisitr, Kendall Jenner has already submitted her letter of apology. Not only this but also she has pulled the T-shirt collection and replaced it with some new designs.

The shirts in question were sold for $135 apiece, but the collection was pulled after Notorious B.I.G’s mother, Voletta Wallace, and Osbourne’s wife, Sharon, raised their voices. Osbourne and his wife tweeted, “Kendall and Kylie, you don’t have the rights to put your faces with musical icons. Stick to what you know the best.”

Well, we don’t have an idea of who told @kendalljenner and @kyliejenner that they were free to do anything. The recent acts of these sisters have raised many questions. How do you feel about it?

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