Like their older sister Kim Kardashian, Kylie and Kendall Jenner never run out of controversies. Their latest is a possible lawsuit caused by the use of the image of rapper Notorious B.I.G. in their clothing line without permission.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the two models and entrepreneurs received a cease-and-desist order from the estate of Christopher George Latore Wallace whose image they used on vintage t-shirts that Kylie and Kendall sold. To worsen matters, besides not seeking the permission from Wallace’s family, the two plastered their faces and initials "K.K." over the face of the late rapper.

Disrespect for musicians

The t-shirts are part of the $125 apparel that the two younger Jenners are selling under their "Kendal + Kylie" clothing line. Besides Notorious B.I.G., the two reality stars also used without permission the images of other music greats such as Tupac Shakur, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, and Metallic. The two women got a mouthful from Voletta Wallace, mother of Notorious B.I.G.

She wrote on her Instagram: "I am not sure who told @kyliejenner and @kendalljenner that they have a right to do this.

The disrespect of these girls to not even reach out to me or anyone connected to the estate baffles me.”

Apologies and social media storm

The two models had apologized to Wallace on June 30, Mashable reported. Despite the apology, Kylie and Kendall were torched on social media for what they did.

The two had removed the t-shirts from their website.

Among those who ribbed the Jenner sisters is "brownsuga". On Wallace’s Instagram account, "@troythebata" wrote: "Tell em Ms Wallace! These Kardashians are attention hoes and culture vultures." "@Gay4mothman" said Kylie and Kendall are blatantly disrespecting Notorious B.I.G. by pasting their faces over his face on the shirts. "@C4_03" added that Biggie, Jim Morrison, Tupac, and Rick right must be all rolling in their graves because of the disrespect.

"@Harter_emily" encouraged Wallace to sue the two Jenner women whom she described as talentless, disgusting, and money loving. Mdmdracula called the two models "Greedy lil bitches" for selling the shirts at $125 each and urged Wallace to teach the young women a lesson. "@Mohammed.ayachi" compared what the Jenner sisters did to Hitler putting his face on a shirt with Nelson Mandela and Gandhi on it. On Twitter, members also posted their disgust at what Kylie and Kendall did.

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