As if the past week hasn’t been hell enough for James Charles ... now his Sisters Apparel merch website is nowhere to be found and there may be a BIG reason why! Did someone say sister-suspicious?
What’s up guys? It’s Drew Dorsey here with Clevver News and the fallout from the James Charles and Tati Westbrook drama is somehow continuing to unfold. And Jeffree Star’s name just keeps managing to find its way into the mix.
We have been keeping a very close eyes on all things James Charles over the past week and we recently noticed that his Sisters Apparel website currently just says “This site can’t be reached.”
And not only that, but the Sisters Apparel distributor, Killer Merch, has removed the entire line from its website.
Normally, this is where James’s fans could buy clothes, phone cases, and other merch with his Sisters logo on it.
And up until yesterday Sisters Apparel was still listed as a “partner,” on the Killer Merch site, but now literally any trace of Sisters Apparel has been completely removed.
So… who owns Killer Merch? None other than fellow beauty guru AND FORMER FRIEND, Jeffree Star.
And we all know Jeffree Star was quick to side with Tati in this drama. His now deleted tweet said QUOTE, “There’s a reason why Nathan banned James Charles from ever coming over to our home again. There's a reason why I haven't seen him since @GlamLifeGuru's birthday in February. He is a danger to society. Everything Tati said is 100% true.”
So fans now think Jeffree could be the one who pulled the plug on James’s clothing line.
I mean, after all, Jeffree did refer to James as quote “a danger to society.”
One fan tweeted, “BAHAHA I just realized that sisters apparel probably is dead now since Jeffree Star is the owner of the whole website and Jeffree obviously wants nothing to do with James Charles.”
And while the Sisters Apparel website may be down, the Instagram page is still up and fans are trying to figure out how to cancel their orders by commenting on the most recent photo.
One commenter went into full savage mode saying quote, “just ordered something, can I have a refund? I don’t need it anymore because James is cancelled.”
It doesn’t look like refunds are being offered at the moment because someone tweeted photos of their shipping notification saying quote, “Literally emailed at 2:31 AM Sunday for them to cancel my order, in the light of recent events. I had no email that they shipped it to me until today. I hope they fix this, because I cannot wear this. No response yet and the website is down...”
And with all this said, neither James or Jeffree has confirmed ending the merch partnership, but all this evidence is pretty convincing to me.
Alright now I want to hear from you, do you think Jeffree had anything to do with dropping the Sisters Apparel merch? And do you think Sisters Apparel could survive without Killer Merch behind it?
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