As if your clothes aren’t branded enough with logos, now you can literally wear your stance on a hot pop culture topic on your chest. Never again will your friends have to question your stance on the whole K-Stew/RPatz fiasco and if they do, you can just point to your shirt.
Online retailer Skreened is offering a variety of themed T-shirts so you can broadcast your loyalty or undying hate for the Twilight star, who cheated on boyfriend Robert Pattinson with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.
At $20 each, you’ll be able to minimize the
obligatory Kristen Stewart chatter and zone right into the heart of the debate.
Would you wear one?
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Jay-Z is getting some heat after his Rocawear brand started printing “Occupy All Streets” t-shirts. The shirts were inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Jay is catching some bad press as he was benefiting from the movement without donating anything to the cause. The shirts are now no longer being sold. One of the leaders of the Occupy movement told the following to TMZ.
“Jay-Z, as talented as he is, has the political sensibility of a hood rat and is a scrotum. To attempt to profit off of the first important social moment of 50 years with an overpriced piece of cotton is an insult to the fight for economic civil rights known as #occupywallstreet.”
You always have to admire someone with hustle and entrepreneurial spirit. 23-year old Maurice Harary made some quick cash after creating a website to commemorate the death of Osama bin Laden reports TMZ.
Once Harary heard bin Laden was dead, he built a website that sells ”OBL is dead” t-shirts. The site went live a 3:30am, and by Tuesday evening, he had sold around 10,000 units at 12 bucks a pop.
Here’s a question, do you think Maurice will donate some of the profits to the 9/11 victims fund? He probably would sell even more t-shirts if he did.
Pop-punkers Blink-182 can now be added to the long list of celebrities who have contributed to Haitian aid.
The band has released a new t-shirt with the “Blink-182 bunny” holding a Haitian flag, and according to Mark Hoppus’s twitter account, the shirts are being sold for $15 with one hundred per cent of the proceeds going directly to the Red Cross.
After only a few days, the shirts have already raised $30,000.00.