When will peeps learn that they can't just put Taylor Swift's name or likeness on a piece of clothing and expect everything to be all fine and dandy?
If you're a true Swiftie, then you most likely know that Taylor bought a house in Watch Hill, Rhode Island a few months ago, but some locals were not super duper excited about the popstar sharing their zip code.
Meanwhile, others took it as an excellent opportunity to design and manufacture some welcome t-shirts in her honor!
Graphic designer Kevin Adams created the "OMG Watch Hill" tee (above) in good fun, but it's already coming back to bite him in the tookus!
What do you do when that stupid thing you said gets circulated all over the Internet?
Release a (sort of) apology statement!
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries' remarks about not wanting overweight people to wear his company's clothes have gone viral, and prompted a young man to rebrand the retailer by donating thrifted Abercrombie duds to homeless people.
Kirstie Alley is giving CEO Mike Jeffries a piece of her mind after hearing he doesn't want fat people wearing A&F's clothes.
The actress said:
"Abercrombie clothes are for people who are cool and look a certain way and are beautiful and are thin' and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. That would make me never buy anything from Abercrombie… I’ve got two kids in that bracket, but they will never walk in those doors because of his view of people — forget women, his view of just people."
You go, girl!
We're sure your 18 and 20-year-old's money will be better spent at inclusive retailers anyway!