H&M Pulls Justin Bieber Merch "Out of Respect," Denies Line Was Unauthorized

BY Allie GregoryPublished Dec 21, 2022

After Justin Bieber made a stink about H&M selling his merch, claiming the collection was not authorized by him or his team, the clothing company has pulled the entire line.

In a statement to Rolling Stone, H&M said the company would cease sales of the artist's merchandise in-store and online "out of respect for the collaboration and Justin Bieber."

A representative for the Swedish company reportedly denied the pop star's claims in a statement to Forbes, telling the publication that H&M "followed proper approval procedures" for the line, which it claims to do for "all other licensed products and partnerships."

Bieber warned fans earlier this week that the branded clothing was "trash," adding, "I wouldn't buy it if I were you."

Fellow Canadian musicians Stars previously accused H&M of ripping off their logo for a sequinned top.

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