Singer Justin Bieber called on his fans not to buy H&M clothes that show him. The Swedish clothing brand was going to put the items in the store without his permission.
“The goods they made of me at H&M are crap and I didn’t approve of them,” Bieber wrote on Instagram on Monday. “Don’t buy it.”
The collection includes T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies with the singer’s image and quotes from his songs. H&M reported to US media that the company followed all correct procedures to publicize the Bieber collection. The company has previously sold merchandise from the pop star’s various tours.
“As with all other licensed products and partnerships, H&M has followed proper approval procedures,” a spokesperson for the clothing franchise told the news agency. Reuters.
However, Bieber claims the opposite on Instagram. “I have not approved of any of the range of merchandise H&M sells,” the pop star wrote. “Everything happened without my permission and consent.”
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