Just days after Walmart (WMT) Canada pulled a controversial Santa sweater from its website, the holiday item has soared to the bestseller list on Amazon (AMZN). The sweater, which depicts Santa doing lines of cocaine, was sold by a third-party seller and immediately received backlash from consumers on social media.

Walmart Canada apologized for selling the Santa sweater on its website, pulling the item shortly after the backlash erupted. However, a sweatshirt version of the controversial Santa sweater was still being sold on Amazon shortly after the criticism started.

The Santa sweatshirt rose to the No. 1 spot for bestsellers in Amazon’s category for Women’s Novelty Sweatshirts and the No. 2 spot for Men’s Novelty Sweatshirts on Thursday, falling to the No. 13 spot on Amazon’s Best Sellers in Novelty & More on Friday morning, the Daily News reported.

The holiday item also holds the No. 89 spot in Amazon’s Top 100 chart of Clothing, Shoes, & Jewelry as of Friday morning.

The sweatshirt on Amazon also shows Santa at a cocaine-lined table with the tagline, “Let It Snow” written across it just like the Walmart Canada sweater did. The Santa sweatshirt currently retails for $31.99 On Amazon’s website.

Shares of Walmart stock were down 0.12% as of 11:44 a.m. EST on Friday while shares of Amazon stock were up 0.20% at the same time.