Kendall And Kylie Jenner's New T-Shirt Line Is Getting Slammed On Social Media

Fans of Tupac and Biggie are especially pissed.

By Sharon Lynn Pruitt

Another day, another Kardashian/Jenner debate getting ugly on social media. No, no one's been accused of stealing designs this week, and this isn't about Kim Kardashian's car seat, either — this time, the controversy is surrounding Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

Time reports that the two sisters are getting blasted over a few new items that are being offered from the Kendall + Kylie shop. The capsule collection is called "Rock vs. Rap" and is made up of vintage concert shirts that have been modified to include Kylie and Kendall — picture the girls' initials emblazoned over Pink Floyd album art, or Kendall's face superimposed over an image of Tupac and Biggie.

Do I even need to tell you that social media went apesh*t over what some would consider blasphemy? The shirts are being sold for $125 a pop, so between the price and the inclusion of beloved rap icons like Tupac and Biggie, the girls are getting a ton of backlash on social media. (It's worth noting that the rap shirts are no longer available on the Kendall + Kylie online shop, which means they either pulled the shirts or they sold out.)

Do you think the backlash is fair, or are the naysayers overreacting? Take a look at some of the reactions below.

[Photo: Getty Images, Screenshot: Kendall + Kylie]

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