‘Kristen Stewart Is A Trampire’ - The Affair Saga Continues With Nasty Slogan T-shirts

20 August 2012 by

We all love a slogan tee ever since Henry Holland created his infamous House of Holland neon numbers. They were cheeky, flirty and certainly a conversation starter. But one brand has taken the trend a little bit too far.

Jumping on the horrid Kristen Stewart hate campaign following her ‘momentary indiscretion’ with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, online retailer Skreened is now selling a range of T-shirts emblazoned with phrases including ‘Kristen Stewart Is A Trampire’ and ‘I Wanna Take A Dump On Kristen Stewart’. Oh Will Ferrell, what have you done?!

We’re sure you’ll agree, there is NOTHING funny about these tees that are nothing more than nasty bullying. Of course, we'd never condone affairs but we do take umbrage at the amount of abuse K-Stew has received since THOSE pictures emerged, especially in comparison to married father-of-two Sanders who has managed to remain relatively unscathed. Is it because, dare we say it, she’s a woman?

As we reported last week, the situation reminds us of when Brad Pitt left Jennifer Aniston for Angelina Jolie but remained Hollywood’s golden boy while catty comments were thrown at his leading ladies. Who can forget the ‘Team Jen’ and ‘Team Ange’ T-shirts at the time that stars like Paris Hilton picked up? Brad and Jen weathered that particular storm pretty well and are now set to walk down the aisle again with their respective new partners. Will we be saying the same for K-Stew whose future as Snow White in any sequel seems to be diminishing by the day?

With promotion for the final instalment of the Twilight movie franchise set to begin in the coming weeks forcing Kristen and what seems like her now former boyfriend Robert Pattinson together again, we think things for the young star are going to be awkward enough. Let’s leave our wardrobes out of it shall we?!


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