As of Tuesday morning, the page for his clothing line, Sisters Apparel, has been replaced with an "under construction" notice and redirects to the Charles' YouTube channel. Not only that, but it appears that Sisters' distributor, Killer Merch — which is owned by Star — has removed the entire line from its website.
Jeffree Star owns Killer Merch who distributes James Charles’ merch and when you try and access the site it’s completely down and the links don’t work on Killer Merch’s site for it either 😬— Hannah 🦋✨ (@HannahHeartss) May 14, 2019
Damn...looks like @JeffreeStar really did drop Sisters Merch. Pic 1 from today and pic 2 from wayback machine (it was there when I checked yesterday or the day before) @jamescharles #byesister @TeaSpillYT @ashlyeKyle pic.twitter.com/Mr56OxtKAF— Kristin Hull (@laughoutloud) May 14, 2019
As a result, spectators are currently wondering about the fate of Charles' apparel brand — namely whether it can exist without Star's support or if it's done for good. However, as others point out, this was somewhat expected given the fact that Star himself backed Westbrook following the publication of her 43-minute-long "Bye Sister" video, in which she alleges that Charles betrayed her and has a history of sexually preying on straight men.
That said, neither Charles nor Star have publicly commented yet. In the meantime though, see what fans are saying, below.
BAHAHA I just realized that sisters apparel probably is dead now since Jeffree Star is the owner of the whole website and Jeffree obviously wants noting to do with James Charles ☕️— z....🎗 (@waris_wm) May 11, 2019
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