Iconic KISS frontman Paul Stanley posted a new tweet on his verified Twitter page, and he apologized from the fans after confusion on Puma brand shoes.

On December 24, Paul Stanley announced the launch of Puma’s collection of shoes, which is designed specifically for him. He also said that the shoes suitable for women’s foot sizes were produced too.

Two days later, on December 26, he quoted his own tweet and explained that the shoe sizes for women were half the size of men. After this tweet, Paul Stanley realized that the information he gave about the shoe size was wrong.

A few minutes after his previous post, he tweeted a new statement about the shoe sizes to clarify all the confusion and apologized from the fans for his mistake.

Here’s what Paul Stanley wrote:

“They’re All HERE NOW!! Check Them Out. Last Year Was A FAST SELLOUT And This Year Won’t Be Different. Women’s Sizes Too!”

In his second tweet:

“Women go up a size and half on the men’s size.”

In his third tweet:


A Twitter user commented:

“Thanks for clearing up any confusion concerning the size chart. Still, I am very happy to have purchased one of your other products. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Paul! 🎄🎅🎀🕯️🥂 Hope your day has been wonderful! 💜⭐🌹”

Another fan wrote this:

“Thank you for the wonderful Christmas gift shoes. Unfortunately, I do not handle it in my place of residence. I am looking for it when I go to Tokyo and thinking about purchasing it. It would be very helpful if PUMA mail order was sold …”

Check out the tweets below.