The estate of The Doors is suing Kylie and Kendall Jenner over their controversial line of shirts, TMZ reports. The shirts show Kylie and Kendall’s faces superimposed over famous musicians such as Notorious B.I.G., Pink Floyd, Tupac, and The Doors. The sisters released the range on June 28, 2017.

One day later, Kendall and Kylie issued a statement apologizing for not having "thought out" T-shirt designs.

The Jenner sisters are being criticized

The Doors is reportedly suing Kylie and Kendall Jenner over their pulled T-shirt collection. Kendall and Kylie promoted allegation of cultural appropriation as well as criticism from music fans, which is why they removed the images from official social media to avoid further confusions.

The Jenner sisters stole The Doors' logo for shirts, and they had no idea it was a band name, The Telegraph claims. Lawyers representing The Doors' estate have reportedly sent a warning letter to Kendall and Kylie Jenner, which says that the T-shirt line tarnishes the band’s trademark.

They admit their mistake

Kylie and Kendall are always lucky when it comes to their business ventures since they are part of the Jenner clan. However, their new T-shirts have garnered a lot of hate. Now, the sisters are apologizing for their "disrespectful" act.

"The designs were not thought out, and we apologize to everyone that has been offended, especially the musicians," Kendall said in a statement to Mashable.

According to Kendall Jenner, she is a huge fan of Notorious B.I.G., Pink Floyd, Tupac and The Doors. She has no intention to disrespect these icons and the T-shirts have been pulled from retail.

Plus, all pictures have been removed and won't be uploaded again. But it appears that the rock band has decided to move forward with a suit. According to the sources, the damage has been done, and they are not satisfied with an apology.

Voletta Wallace took to Twitter to share her anger towards the Jenner sisters.

She says that the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' stars have committed a big mistake. Wallace has plans to initiate a social media campaign to stop Kendall and Kylie Jenner from selling their T-shirts in future. "This is disgusting, exploitation, and disrespectful," Voletta shares on Twitter.

Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur were once the kings of music. Both stars had promising careers, but they were shot in the late 1990s. Sharon Osbourne has also reacted on the Kylie and Kendall Jenner’s T-shirt collection. The television host suggests that the reality stars should stick to the things that they know best – makeup and beauty products.