H&M Justin Bieber product eliminated after criticism from pop star

H&M Justin Bieber merchandise removed after criticism from pop star

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Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber shows up for the 64 th Annual Grammy Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 3, 2022.

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H&M will no longer offer a line of Justin Bieber product after the artist informed fans he didn’t “approve” of the clothes bearing his name and similarity.

“The H&M merch they made of me is trash and I didn’t approve it,” the vocalist composed in an Instagram storyMonday “Don’t buy it.”

H&M stated Wednesday it will be getting rid of the line from its shops and its site out of “respect” forBieber The business likewise rejected claims that it didn’t seek his approval.

“H&M has followed all proper approval procedures, as we have done in this case, but out of respect for the collaboration and Justin Bieber, we have removed the garments from selling,” the business stated in a declaration.

An agent for H&M informed CNBC it pulled all products from the line consisting of tee shirts and hoodies. The collection likewise consisted of carry bags and phone devices, according to numerous media reports. Many of the items included Bieber himself or lyrics to strike tunes like “Ghost” from his 2021 album “Justice.”

As of midday Wednesday, a look for Bieber’s name on H&&M’s site returned no items.