YouTuber and make-up artist James Charles’ online merch store Sisters Apparel has vanished from the internet, and fans think Jeffree Star might have been responsible.
However, following claims made about Charles’ conduct with straight men, his website Sisters Apparel has vanished, which has led some fans to suspect Star had some involvement.
Star has made his feelings clear in the online feud between Charles and his one-time mentor, Tati Westbrook.
Jeffree Star: James Charles is ‘a danger to society’
He posted a tweet in the aftermath of the feud which read: “There is a reason that Nathan banned James Charles from ever coming over to our home again. There’s a reason why I haven’t seen him since @GlamLifeGuru’s birthday in February. He is a danger to society. Everything Tati said is 100% true.” The tweet has since been deleted.
Now, fans are speculating that Star may have been instrumental in bringing Sisters Apparel to a grinding halt.
One Twitter user posted: “Jeffree Star owns the company that James Charles used for his merch and literally deleted the website and closed down his whole merch line after the Tati video released. You can’t even get on his website anymore.”
Meanwhile, Star’s company website Killer Merch currently has no reference to Sisters Apparel.
PinkNews has reached out to Jeffree Star Cosmetics for comment.
James Charles has lost more than 2 million subscribers since Tati Westbrook released her side of the story
James Charles made headlines last Friday when his long-time mentor and friend Tati Westbrook, who also runs a highly successful YouTube channel, released a 43-minute long video ending her friendship with him.
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