Newswire: Photographer sues Kendall and Kylie Jenner for using his Tupac pics on their tees

The public furor over Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s ill conceived mashup tees has mostly died down, but it’s been replaced by more legitimate woes for the designing sisters. Voletta Wallace already sent a cease and desist letter to the Kardashian adjacent via her lawyer for “unlawfully exploiting the name, image, and likeness” of her son Christopher Wallace, a.k.a the Notorious B.I.G., whose eyes are downcast in the photo used for the Kendall tee, which had all the design concept of bathroom graffiti. The Jenners have pulled the tees and related images from their online stores, but they’re still facing a lawsuit, Billboard reports.

Photographer Michael Miller has filed suit against the aspiring impresarios for copyright infringement over the use of his photos of the late Tupac Shakur on their shirts. The complaint indicates that Miller was never contacted by the Kendall + Kylie team …

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