Rob Kardashian is accused of stealing designs for his new model line Halfway Dead.
The reality star, 32, is said to have stolen artwork from a street artist, named Rx Skulls, and must therefore remove certain designs from the collection.
However, according to the artist, the problem has been solved – what he revealed through Instagram on Monday.
Trouble stirring: Rob Kardashian, 32, is said to have stolen artwork from a street artist named Rx Skulls, and must therefore remove certain designs from the TMZ collection reported Monday. Shown in 2016
Error: Rx Skulls is known for the skull image he often uses during his artwork, which is said to be the same design that Rob just caught on clothing for the streetwear line
Rx Skulls is known for the daring skull figure that he often uses in his artwork.
What is said to be the same design, Rob has just been caught on clothes for the streetwear line.
Artist fans took note of the similarities and quickly warned the talent of the plagiary.
Loyal: the fans of the artist noted the similarities and quickly warned the talent of the plagiary
Simple misunderstanding: & # 39; We were told that Rx even got an explanation of how his skull design ended up on the hoodies and other merchandising & # 39 ;, the outlet reported.
According to TMZOnce Rob was aware of the problem, he came in contact with Rx Skulls to solve things.
& # 39; We were told that Rx even got an explanation of how his skull design ended up on the hoodies and other merchandising & # 39 ;, the exhaust reported.
Fortunately, the two were able to reach a friendly settlement, with Rx going to Instagram to reveal a happy ending.
First, the artist thanked his fans for defending him, & Guys. I just want to thank for the incredibly humiliating support. You have stood before me in an enormous and enormous way and I have been knocked out. & # 39;
Everything is good: luckily the two were able to reach a friendly solution, with Rx going to Instagram to reveal a happy ending
He then discussed his interaction with the Kardashian team and said: "Everything is cool now." Surprisingly nice interaction and a positive end result. & # 39;
He then urged his supporters to let the matter rest with the words: & # 39; Please consider keeping the incident closed. You don't have to hit them anymore. & # 39;
The sources of TMZ added that & # 39; Rob & # 39; s company had removed the photos & # 39; s from the hoodies and pins with the skull design and Rx promised that it would not be the dealer. & # 39;
Case closed: the sources of TMZ added that & # 39; Rob's company removed the photos & # 39; s from the hoodies and pins with the skull design and Rx promised that it would not be sold & # 39;
The brand was launched last week and Rob's sisters have already started promoting the clothing.
Half-sister Kylie Jenner modeled one of his T-shirts in an Instagram break that she shared on Friday.
Sister Khloe (34) also helped promote Rob's new line by sharing images of part of the clothing with the caption: & # 39; Rob worked with his friends on this new line @halfwaydead !! & # 39;
Family support: Kylie Jenner modeled a T-shirt from Rob Kardashian & # 39; s new clothing line Halfway Dead on Friday
The retired KUWTK star was banned from the social media platform two years ago after posting nude photos of ex-fiancee Blac Chyna amid their controversial split.
Although he is still technically refused to have a personal page, Rob has found a way around the ban and his account is managed by & # 39; Jenner Communications & # 39; according to the bio on his page.
It is not known when the ban will be lifted.
Rob and Blac Chyna are now allegedly friendly co-parenting of their daughter Dream, two, together.
Crime: in July 2017, Rob violated the community guidelines by placing snaps on his ex-fiancee Blac Chyna & # 39; s & # 39; breasts, back and genitals & # 39; after she allegedly caught her cheating (shown in 2016)
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