It was H&M a few weeks ago, now it's Amazon. The e-commerce company has removed a baby shirt and other apparel reading, “Slavery Gets S— Done.” The slogan, which appeared on other items like mugs and tote bags, has caused consumers to slam Amazon. The offending apparel went viral Monday, Jan. 22 and featured the slogan and a graphic of what looks to be Egyptian pyramids. Since then, Amazon has removed the shirts, which were sold by a third party vendor called Styleart. Do you think Amazon & other retailers should know better? Do they need a better screening system?
There are no words for how awful this is! https://t.co/WP1wYQhCod— Perez Hilton (@PerezHilton) January 24, 2018
Amazon pulls kids clothes bearing 'Slavery gets shit done' slogan https://t.co/992dPrhppx WTF?! I didn't believe this was true until I read it. What kind of world are we living in that would allow this shit to continue? It makes me sick.— Missy MedinaTeuscher (@Missy_Moose) January 23, 2018