Donald Trump, Kendall Jenner and the Long Road to 'Sorry'

By wjarvis@adage.com (Will Jarvis)


Superimposing, on a T-shirt, one’s face over a dead person’s is a generally unwise move. It’s even more so when that deceased individual is as beloved as either Notorious B.I.G. or Tupac Shakur.

And yet, Kylie and Kendall Jenner slapped their mugs on photos of the iconic rappers in a stunningly tone deaf move this week, drawing a barrage of criticism from the families of the deceased, as well as social-media pundits.

Kendall and Kylie Jenner exploiting very important culture yet again for their own benefit. You are the downfall of your generation.

Superimposing, on a T-shirt, one’s face over a dead person’s is a generally unwise move. It’s even more so when that deceased individual is as beloved as either Notorious B.I.G. or Tupac Shakur.

And yet, Kylie and Kendall Jenner slapped their mugs on photos of the iconic rappers in a stunningly tone deaf move this week, drawing a barrage of criticism from the families of the deceased, as well as social-media pundits.

Kendall and Kylie Jenner exploiting very important culture yet again for their own benefit. You are the downfall of your generation.

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