Looks like Britney Spears isn't the only one dumping K-Fed.
That's right, one of the only companies who ever made the monumental error of Kevin Federline has also dispatched the self-proclaimed rapper. Five Star Vintage, a clothing label owned by San Francisco's Blue Marlin clothing company that for some reason hired, then re-hired K-Fed earlier this year, has finally let him go.
A source confirmed to TMZ that the contract was conveniently allowed to expire without renewal. Smooth. What's more, it's possible K-Fed may have not only failed to boost sales for the company - he may have helped its brand completely fold.
EXHIBIT A: The company's website no longer exists.
EXHIBIT B: the marketing executive who brought in Federline, touting his "renegade style," has moved on and hasn't been replaced.
Oh well. At least K-Fed has his newfound love of parenting to fall back on.
Blue Marlin, for its part, insists that Five Star Vintage still exists, and that the website was merely having "technical difficulties."
Sure thing. Next thing you know, we're going to hear that Miss Teen USA, Katie Blair, did not make out with Miss USA, Tara Conner. Or that Britney Spears enjoys going clubbing wearing no pants by accident. Come on, people.
Anyway, here are a few pics from the now-defunct K-Fed marketing campaign. Stellar.