Forever 21 bites again! This time around, the fast fashion retailer is getting called out for flagrantly jacking Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour merch that instead reads: “Saint Francis.”

Shoppers were quick to point out the similarities between Yeezy’s Life of Pablo tour merchandise and F21’s imitated version, manipulating the same font and design as well. They’re also selling a bootleg version of West’s Calabasas Collection, except that design says “Los Angeles.” Then there’s also that graffiti denim jacket Forever is carrying, which ironically was inspired by a look Kanye himself was accused of jacking from homeless teen, Tweaky Dave.

The billion dollar retail giant has made it a habit to shamelessly copy other fashion company’s products. Puma recently served the 33-year-old merchandiser a lawsuit for swagger jacking Rihanna’s Fenty line of “Bow Tie” slippers, “Creepers” and “Fur” slides. They’ve also come under fire for stealing looks from Thrasher and Tumblr artists.

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Copying ‘Ye isn’t anything new for F21 though. They were put on blast by shoppers for copying The Life of Pablo merch last year and continue to sell the product despite being called out on it.