Retail chain H&M has removed items with Justin Bieber’s face from the store after the singer had previously been critical of the merchandise.
According to Bieber, he was not asked for permission to put pictures of his head on T-shirts, sweaters and bags, among other things.
In its own words, the Swedish retailer has followed “the correct procedures” with regard to asking permission, “but out of respect for the collaboration and Justin Bieber, we have removed the articles”.
The Canadian singer previously said on social media that it was “junk” what H&M was selling and that he had not agreed to its sale. He urged his followers not to buy the stuff.