Justin Bieber is telling fans to avoid his latest H&M collection after expressing his disapproval of the release.
The 'Yummy' singer partnered with the fast fashion brand to release a collection with the Bieber moniker. However Bieber maintains that he was not consulted nor did he approve of the final designs before they were released.
In an Instagram Story he wrote "The H&M MERCH THEY MADE OF ME IS TRASH AND I DIDN'T APPROVE IT DON'T BUY IT"
He then went on to reiterate that the merchandise was released "all without my permission and approval" and warned fans "I WOULDNT BUY IT IF I WERE YOU"
It's surprising that the singer wouldn't be consulted but not unheard of. His complaints echo that of Kanye West when he ended his working relationship with the Gap due to lack of control in the creative process.
The collection included t-shirts and hoodies ranging from $9.99 to $29.99. The items have since been removed from the H&M website.
Cover Image, Justin Bieber (photographer: Rory Kramer), Shirt (H&M website)