I imagine this company will be out of business by the time I finish typing this sentence. The fashion brand Bstroy is being scrutinized by just about every human alive after showcasing sweatshirts that feature the name of, Columbine, Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Now if this were just the sweatshirts and they were raising money for the victims, fantastic, but the company added BULLET HOLES to the clothes.

Washington Post, the co-founder of the fashion label explained he wanted to “make a comment on gun violence … while also empowering the survivors of tragedy.” Shockingly no one saw it that way. Instead they have been criticized by survivors of the families. The Vicki Soto Memorial Fund, managed by the family of a teacher who died in the Sandy Hook shooting, tweeted this in response.


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