James Hetfield is the latest musical legend to call out Kendall and Kylie Jenner's line of "vintage" T-shirts. In the above interview with ET Canada, the ferocious Metallica frontman expressed his disdain for the Jenners' appropriation of the iconic Kill 'Em All album art, which which was haphazardly covered with an Instagram photo in one of their designs.
"I guess what they were they were thinking is, 'We can do whatever we want,'" Hetfield said. "To me, it’s disrespectful."
“We’ve spent 36 years working hard, doing our best to keep a really close connection with people, making every note count. Someone just throws something up over something that we feel. Not that it’s sacred or anything, but show some respect.”
Hetflied has joined the likes of Sharon Osborne and Voletta Wallace, the mother of Notorious B.I.G., in condemning the designs. The shirts went on sale for $125 before they were quickly pulled from the Kendall + Kylie online store.
The Jenner sisters should really stick to what they do best—posting sexy 'grams.