Kylie Jenner Again Accused of Plagiarism Oh Whoops

What, again? Come on!
By Alex Firer
  • It’s been a banner year for the Jenners. Wether it’s appearing in the ridiculously tone deaf Pepsi Ad that appropriated Black Lives Matter imagery — or co producing a line of t-shirts where the Jenners just put their faces in front of existing musical acts that ended up with the Biggie Smalls estate issuing a press release that was the equivalent of going “Why. Why are you doing this. Why. This is so disrespectful. Why.” Well, the Jenners are at it again– specifically Kylie Jenner– borrowing imagery that’s not hers — this time in the form of using imagery not belonging to her to serve as the logo of her upcoming show Life Of Kylie — specifically art created by British Artist Sara Pope titled Temptation Neon.

    The art appeared in the trailer — and people were quick to point out it was a third party and not Jenner herself who chose the logo — but given the pattern, none of it looks good. Come on, Jenner! Just pay an artist! Come on!

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