Kanye West has come under fashion fire recently after it's emerged that his clothing range for Life of Pablo is retailing at a price ludicrously higher than the cost of production.
If you're a big Yeezy fan you'll know that a load of pop-up shops have been erected around the world, selling hoodies, tees, long-sleeves, jackets and dad caps from Kanye's Pablo merch range.
But, it turns out Kanye has been a bit cheeky with the designs, as, despite setting his fans back £70 per t-shirt, the logo is just painted on plain Gildan cotton shirts that only cost £2.50.
THE ABSOLUTE SCANDAL.
A disappointed customer revealed: "I queued up for hours to get in to Kanye's shop and I was so excited to get one of the limited edition London T-shirts. However, I'm not so excited about my purchase now I know it's basically a cheap T-shirt with a print.
"Kanye couldn't even be bothered to pull out the label and put something of his own in there. I'm gutted, to be honest. Really gutted."
Eek. Some disappointed fans, there. Any immediate responses, Yeezy?
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