Lin-Manuel Miranda is facing backlash after Twitter users uncovered photos for sale on his website at a surprisingly high price.
The prints are available for $19 each — but a framed picture will set you back $79.
Jack Wagner, host of the “Yeah, But Still” podcast, tweeted screenshots of the prints and other items for sale at Miranda’s store.
Other users were quick to criticize the merchandise — and the prices.
“There’s no way this is an official store?? I’m stress sweating thinking about anyone approving this,” one wrote.
“That’s a good use of eighty dollars, yes,” another said.
Other items available on the site include notebooks, pins and water bottles, ranging in price from $5 to $22. None of those items faced criticism over pricing.
According to the website, Tee Rico features products made “by artists and designers that have been close to Lin-Manuel’s life,” and a portion of sales are donated to artists, charity events and other programs.
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