A white t-shirt, called 'Famous Graphic Tee' by the retailer and emblazoned with symbols two women say looked like Nazi tags. The number 88 is seen multiple times on the shirt, which was known as a white supremacist sign for Heil Hitler (8 is the eighth letter or the alphabet). The women also complained of the lightning bolt symbol which was used in pairs to represent 'SS'
A spokesman for Forever 21 says the shirts have been removed from the website.
People are accusing Forever 21 of putting Nazi symbols on a shirthttps://t.co/M5KabHoqGr pic.twitter.com/WZnD001pbb— Blue Streak Daily (@BSAFunds) March 15, 2017
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