People discovered the sweater when the brand tweeted it out, which in turn incited a number of unfavorable responses.
The tweet was quickly removed. However, as of Tuesday afternoon, the photos remain on Forever 21’s website.
One Twitter user discovered that this isn’t the only example of a white person wearing Black Panther merchandise on Forever 21’s site. Instead, a white woman is also seen modeling a graphic tee from the movie.
Forever 21 hasn’t yet responded to Yahoo Lifestyle’s request for comment.
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