The pricey shirts co-opted classic shirts from artists like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, late rap star Notorious B.I.G. and more and were being sold for $125 each, according to Radio.com.
The sisters pulled the shirts, after the met with backlash from the likes of Sharon Osbourne who tweeted "Girls, you haven't earner the right to put your face with musical icons. Stick to what you know... lip gloss," along with a photo of a shirt superimposing one of the sister's faces over Ozzy's.
Kendall took to social media to apology soon after the line was pulled from their online store. She wrote "These designs were not well thought out and we deeply apologize to anyone that has been upset and/or offended, especially to the families of the artists.
"We are huge fans of their music and it was not our intention to disrespect these cultural icons in anyway. The tee shirts have been pulled from retrial and all images have been removed. We will use this as an opportunity to learn from these mistakes and again, we are very sorry."
She also had a powerful message to deliver to the entire audience. She stressed the importance of helping victims from the Grenfell Tower fire and asked fans to donate money. The June 14 Grenfell Tower fire in West London killed 80 people, reports BBC News.
While her plea for donations dominated the headlines, fans found out other major news at the show. "I wanted my final shows to be in London because I don't know if I'll ever tour again," read a note in the program. "I've done 119 shows and these last four will take me up to 123, it has been hard and an absolute thrill and pleasure to have done." Read morehere.
The rapper was approached by paparazzi, while shopping with Cardi B. Offset spent most of the video deflecting questions about his trio's beef with Joe Budden and Chris Brown
He instead decided to make a major record reveal. "Culture II coming out October, ya dig," he said before getting into his car. Check out the video of the encounterhere.
he rapper canceled the rest of his tour dates in 2016 after he was hospitalized after experiencing a breakdown on stage. These sources report West's team is in talks with Live Nation, which may involve an entirely new stage, altered setlist and more.
A Live Nation source is quoted as saying, "We're ready to jump as soon as he gives the green light." Previous reports have also suggested that West is recording a new album at a remote retreat in Wyoming. Read morehere.
This year's event is scheduled to take place on Monday, August 7th in Toronto, Canada, Drake revealed via a post on his Instagram account featuring an event poster.
In addition to the leading performance from Drake and festival will include additional sets from PartyNextDoor, Majid Jordan, DVSN and Roy Woods. See the posthere.
According to the poster Rice shared on social media, Travis Denning, Jacob Davis, Brooke Eden, Filmore and Sam Riggs will join him on the road for the new tour.
He tweeted, "New tour. New music. New shows coming to y'all in 2017 and 2018. #LambsandLions #LambsandLionsTour https://t.co/z4oCxw8HjA— Chase Rice (@ChaseRiceMusic) June 26, 2017" See the dateshere.
Other performers include the West Point Band and Glee Club featuring Campbell, Heather Headley, Jamie Barton and the USO Troupe of Metropolitan New York.
Akbar Gbajabiamila, Matt Iseman and Kristine Leahy from American Ninja Warrior will host the two-hour event, which will air on the NBC television network. Read morehere.
He is offering a preview clip of the video to fans that do not subscribe to the service. The track comes from Mensa's newly released capsule, "The Manuscript."
Directed by Shomi Patwary and Vic Mensa, the visual features appearances from Joey Purp, Smoko Ono, Towkio, Hollywood Holt, GLC, Mano, KAMI, Young Chop and Papi Beatz. Watch the preview of "OMG"here.
"I did not re-sing it. It just fell into place beginning with Pig Robbins' opening work on the piano. It was magic in the studio that day," Gayle said with a smile. "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" opened the world's eyes to Gayle. The crossover smash earned her a Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and also made her album We Must Believe In Magic the first by a female country artist to go platinum. She was awarded CMA Female Vocalist of the Year in 1977 and 1978, and the Academy of Country Music honored her with the same award in 1976, 1977 and 1979.
"It opened up so many doors that I couldn't do everything that was offered for me to do. I was offered so many television specials. I hated turning anything down. It was only me, and I couldn't do it all. To be in California one night, and they would want you the next night in New York -- I couldn't do that constantly. But I did as much as I could," she told Billboard in 2014.
Gayle has also announced a string of shows this summer and fall beginning on July 21st in Kansas City and concluding October 20th in The Woodlands, TX. See the dateshere.
There is some speculation that the album will be accompanied by a long form video for each song, similar to what Jay Z's wife Beyonce did for her album Lemonade.
JAY-Z's camp previously said that 4:44 will feature a video component starring Moonlight's Mahershala Ali, Lupita Nyong'o and Danny Glover, reports NME. Another teaser featured a new song called "Adnis." Watch "Kill Jay Z"here.
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