H&M remove Bieber's merchandise after he called it 'trash' in his recent Instagram post. The singer was angry and disappointed because the merchant used his image without his permission. According to the singer, he had not given his permission for the collection, which included T-shirts, sweaters, tote bags, and phone accessories.
The singer wrote on his Instagram Story that the items were being sold without his permission or knowledge. He asked people not to buy them.
On the other hand, the company said that the right steps were taken, but they have now cut the line. On Tuesday, Justin wrote on his Instagram story, where he said:
The H&M Merch they made out of me is trash and I didn't approve it. Don't buy it. I didn't approve any of the merch collection that they put up at H&M. All without my permission and approval. I wouldn't buy it if I were you.- Justin Bieber
The H&M company, which allegedly contains pictures of the singer, defended itself and issued a formal statement to shed light on the situation. A spokesperson for the fashion retailer said:
As with all other licensed products and partnerships, H&M followed proper approval procedure. But out of respect for the collaboration and Justin Bieber, we have removed the garments from our stores and online.- H&M company
It's not the first time a celebrity has criticized a brand for using its image without permission. In 2015, Rihanna won Topshop's lawsuit in court. She sued the company's parent company for £3.3 million (around $4 million) because it sold a sleeveless T-shirt with her picture on it.
Moreover, in 2019, Ariana Grande sued Forever 21 because she said the company published at least 30 "unauthorized" photos and videos that made it look like she endorsed the brand.
Justin is taking a break from touring right now after he said he was paralyzed in his face because of Ramsay Hunt syndrome. This disease affects the facial nerve near a person's ears, and some parts of the face become paralyzed as a result.
|Full Name||Justin Drew Bieber|
|Date of Birth||March 1, 1994|
|Age||28 Years Old|
|Birth Place||Ontario, Canada|
|Profession||Singer, Songwriter, and Multi-Instrumentalist|
|Education Qualification||High School|
|Net Worth||$285 Million|
As one of the most successful musicians of his time, Justin Bieber has amassed a large and devoted fan base. The musician broke through in 2009 and has remained successful ever since. It's no surprise that Justin Bieber has topped charts like the Billboard Hot 100, won Grammys, and MTV Video Music Awards, and more, with songs like "Baby," "One Less Lonely Girl," "What Do You Mean," and "Love Yourself."
Will Smith, the famous actor, is said to be Justin Bieber's mentor. The actor allegedly helped Justin get through some difficult moments, and the two have remained in touch ever since. Will affirms that the couple speaks at least once a week.
Bieber is fluent in both French and English. This is hardly surprising given Bieber's origins in Ontario, a French-Canadian province. Justin also knows how to count to ten in German.
The famed artist once dreamed of becoming an architect, claiming that if his musical career had not taken off at such a young age, it would have been his first choice.
He presently has over 110 million Twitter followers, which is more than the total population of Canada, which is a little over 30 million! What's even crazier? In 2011, the pop artist lost 80,000 Twitter followers after chopping his famous hair!
Justin Bieber's net worth is estimated to be $285 million. Justin Bieber is a Canadian singer and songwriter who rose to prominence at a young age. In fact, he is only 28 years old, and everyone knows about him!
When he was younger, Bieber would post YouTube videos of himself covering other songs, and he was found by talent management. His first tour, called "My World," took place from 2010 to 2011. It made $53.3 million. Bieber has a lot of money, so you won't always find him on a commercial flight.
Meanwhile, H&M provided no information on the financial implications of its decision to withdraw the products or how much stock it had. The retailer has previously sold Bieber's concert tour goods multiple times over the years. H&M is no stranger to controversy.
In 2018, the shop was forced to close certain stores in South Africa due to protests over an advertisement depicting a black child wearing a sweatshirt with the tagline "coolest monkey in the jungle." It removed the item from retailers and apologized.
The business has recently seen poor sales as it attempts to deal with high inflation and weak consumer demand. Management intends to more than double sales by 2030.