The fast-fashion brand known for its copycat style is under fire on Twitter thanks to a tag that warns against cancer-causing carcinogens found in its clothing.  The tag is a protocol required by California Proposition 65, which requires that all products manufactured with exposure to chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive issues have a warning label. The warning is found in many of the brand’s products and on its Terms of Service page.  Made famous by endorsements from celebs such as the Kardashians and other popular social media influencers, Fashion Nova has a wide reach. The brand is incredibly popular with more than 15 million followers on Instagram, so the repercussions of cancer-causing ingredients would be on an extremely large scale. The lime-green suit included a tag that warned against phthalate, lead, and cadmium — all ingredients known to cause cancer. The customer took to Twitter to warn fellow shoppers about the harmful ingredients found on the nondescript tag.  After the news of these cancer-causing ingredients dropped, users questioned how clothing could cause cancer in the first place.  The risk associated with wearing cloth...