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TolunaTeamAUNZ

  55 months ago

What's Your Opinion (AU): Do you think backlash for Kendall and Kylie Jenner's new t-shirt line is justified? (see more info below). Do you buy celebrity-branded products?
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Our question this week is: Kendall and Kylie Jenner have received backlash for their new line of T-shirts that show their faces superimposed over images of musicians including Notorious BIG and Tupac Shakur. Is this backlash justified? Do you buy celebrity-branded products?

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abraham.okorafo

  55 months ago
I don't really care and I do not buy celebrity stuff.so yeah
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maria.alvea1960

  55 months ago
I don't care what the Jenners get up to. I have never purchased celebrity branded products.
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steffi_226660

  55 months ago
I believe the backlash they are receiving is 100% fair. They cannot steal another brand and slap there face on it without consent from the people they have affected. I don't generally buy celebrity branded products because there is always so much BS with it. I am not interested in supporting them would rather support a better cause.
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T3588757

  55 months ago
Never have, never will!
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pkenrick

  55 months ago
Honestly, why pay out good money to advertise someone else. The egoists are already full of themselves.
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richardgwatts

  55 months ago
While I cannot fathom why, there are obviously plenty of people who are interested in the Kardashians and their wider family, and many other so-called celebrities who appear to not actually contribute anything to society. That's their choice and one I can generally ignore. The media only cover them because their readers and viewers want it. Provided the Jenners don't abuse copyright in the imagery they use what does it matter what they put on T-shirts? I might quite like a Jimi Hendrix t-shirt as pictured but certainly not if disfigured with images of the Jenners, and I suspect at stupidly inflated prices.
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CindyN

  55 months ago
Just another way to put themselves the centre of attention and give publicity to their stupidity and ignorance. Why, oh why do the media continue to panda to their self-centred attention seeking??
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tterrypu

  55 months ago
Sorry, I don't know these people. A search shows that one is a "reality star?". There is nothing real about these type of people. All they do is take from others for their own benefit. If they screwed up the T-shirt issue then they should face the full extent of the law. It does not matter if they apologised - it should never have been done in the first place without full approval of the management of the artists the used. I know if I did that I would definitely get a huge fine and possibly a jail sentence.
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cute.cat1994

  55 months ago
I dont buy celebrity products but i don't think its proper to take advantage of others' fame to promote yourself more. I mean if it was the opposite way round would they like it.
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jkelmar

  55 months ago
Who cares? These people are total dropkicks!
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