It turns out there will be more consequences for Kendall and Kylie Jenner for selling those those "vintage" band t-shirts than simply being dragged on the Internet - the Jenner sisters are now being faced with a lawsuit over them.
ICYMI, people were less than thrilled earlier this week when some at the sisters' Kendall + Kylie brand thought it would be a good idea to sell band t-shirts - featuring musicians like Tupac, The Doors and The Notorious B.I.G. - with images the sisters' faces and Instagrams overlaid on them.
For obvious reasons, photographer Michael Miller was amongst those who weren't happy when he found out his images of Tupac Shakur were being used on the shirts without his permission, and TMZ reports that he's suing Kendall and Kylie for any profits they made from the shirt. (Which, TBH, we're guessing isn't all that much money considering the reactions on Twitter.) Meanwhile, Kendall and Kylie's representative told TMZ that Miller's lawsuit was like "suing an actor for being in a movie," since the sisters didn't actually make the shirts.
The Jenner sisters had also previously been threatened with a lawsuit by Notorious B.I.G.’s mother, Voletta Wallace, but only if they didn't take the shirts down. (Which they later did.)
Kendall did take to Twitter to issue an apology following the backlash, so I guess that's at least something?
— Kendall (@KendallJenner) June 29, 2017