The case for the image of rapper Tupac on a shirt that Kendall and Kylie Jenner on the market brought, is suitable. The sisters reached according to TMZ an agreement with the photographer of the image, Michael Miller, who them last year accuses.
Kendall Jenner (l) and Kylie Jenner
The youngest members of the Kardashian/Jenner family went in June by the substance after much criticism had received two T-shirts. In addition to the garment with Tupac on it, they brought also a shirt from where the also deceased rapper Notorious B. I. G. was. In both designs were their own pictures about the images of the rappers superimposed.
“These designs were not well thought out, and we offer our sincere apologies to anyone who feels offended, in particular to the relatives of the artists,” says the duo. “We are big fans of their music and it was not our intention to be disrespectful to deal with these cultural icons.”
The T-shirts were subsequently withdrawn from the market, but photographer Miller and the relatives of Notorious B. I. G. put their legal battle continues. The lawsuit by the family of Biggie is still not the job.