Justin Bieber is curtailing counterfeits.
The singer, 25, recently called out Redbubble for selling “fake” versions of styles from his own clothing line. On Wednesday, Bieber took to his Instagram Stories with a screenshot of his Google search for Drew House, which returned the knockoffs as a shoppable result.
According to reports, Redbubble removed all the counterfeit goods from its site after Bieber pointed them out.
“Redbubble is a global marketplace for more than 845,000 independent artists who want to showcase and sell their own unique designs. All content is uploaded by users and we take abuse of the platform and the rights of others very seriously. Redbubble proactively works with properties to expediently remove content that violates our terms of service, and look to partner with intellectual property owners to prevent incidents like these.”
Added the rep: “We have removed all the designs in question from the marketplace and have reached out to Mr. Bieber’s team to ensure a quick resolution to the matter.”
Though Bieber’s first Drew House launch sold out quickly, many fans were left dismayed at the prices, which ranged from $98 for a hoodie and $48 for a T-shirt to between $128 and $148 for a slew of taupe corduroy styles.
Redbubble knockoffs, meanwhile, were going for less than $50.