The hits keep coming for Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson. After the YouTubers found themselves at the center of a controversy earlier this month after old videos resurfaced that depicted them wearing blackface and stating racially-insensitive comments, their shared business venture appears to have taken a hit.

As of Tuesday, Dawson's Conspiracy Collection with Jeffree Star Cosmetics, which he launched with Star in November 2019, appears to have been pulled from the Morphe site.

Those who are currently looking to purchase the makeup palette, which features "iconic" eyeshadow shades such as Diet Cola, Pig-Ment, and Trisha, can no longer do so through the brand's site. Now, when attempting to visit that section of the Morphe website, a page pops up that reads, "Ghosted. This hottie left the party." According to Cosmopolitan, the palette had just been restocked earlier this month prior to its removal.

While Morphe has yet to publicly speak on the removal, all of Dawson's products have been taken down. However, Star's line, which includes his Blood Lust palette, brushes, and various lipsticks, can still be found on the brand's site.

Luckily for fans still looking to get their hands on Dawson and Star's collaboration, at press time, the Conspiracy Palette is still available on the official Jeffree Star Cosmetics website for $52.

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Since the new conversation regarding Star and Dawson's past behavior erupted, the two personalities have spoken out and issued separate explanations and apologies for the content they had previously shared with their followers. For his part, the Jeffree Star Cosmetics founder reportedly shared a series of clips to his Instagram Story that talked about some of his decisions, while Dawson has also uploaded a video to his YouTube channel titled "Taking Accountability."

Morphe's exclusion of the popular makeup product line, which Star and Dawson worked on together throughout the web series "The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star," also comes after another polarizing clip of Dawson resurfaced on June 27.

After an old video of the YouTuber showed him pretending to masturbate to a poster of singer Willow Smith when she was a minor was brought back into the public eye, her mother, Jada Pinkett Smith, and her brother, Jaden Smith, tweeted their distaste for Dawson's content. "I’m done with the excuses," Jada posted at the time.

Three days later, fellow YouTube Tati Westbrook slammed both Dawson and Star in a video for allegedly coaxing her into making a takedown video of beauty YouTuber James Charles. Dawson soon after uploaded a video to his Instagram page responding to the allegations, which he has since removed.

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Shane Dawson (left) on July 15, 2018 in Los Angeles and Jeffree Star on Feb. 1, 2020 in Miami Beach, Florida. Hollywood To You/Star Max/GC Images/Jason Koerner/Getty Images