Kip Moore Won’t Put His Face on T-Shirts

Kip Moore gets a little of his beer money from selling T-shirts on the road—but designing them is the one part of being a star that Kip hates.

“No, that’s not fun for me,” Kip told reporters recently.

“I’ll be honest. I’m very in control of a lot of things, and the merch thing has been one thing that’s made me just want to pull my hair out,” he said. “And I get . . . people turn in stuff to me, and I’m like, 'No! No! That’s not it! That’s not it!' But I don’t know what to do, and I don’t know what to tell ’em.”

Well, why not just slap your face on the T-shirt and be done with it?

“I don’t want to put my face on a big, gigantic shirt. I mean, a big face on a shirt—I just don’t want to do that.”

Oh boy.

“I’d rather just stick to writing songs, man.”

Okey-dokey.

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