Kylie Jenner is dealing with plenty of backlash these days. After she and Kendall were accused of not paying their workers in Bangladesh, the 22-year-old beauty mogul is now being accused of not giving credit to LoudBrand Studios, a black-owned business. Kylie’s comments on her Instagram posts have been limited but some are now saying she’s flat out deleting their negative remarks. Kylie’s posts are continually being flooded with accusations and comments regarding the Bangladesh workers but now, after Kylie shared a photo of herself wearing an orange, dress made by the London brand, she is being flooded with even more negativity.
LoudBrand was thrilled that Kylie wore the dress on her official Instagram account, where she has 184.2 million and the brand reposted her photo on their social media accounts and pointed out she was wearing their Vashtie dress. The limited-edition dress features stretch fishnet for the bodice that consists of a plunging, asymmetrical key-hole front. The high-waisted skirt is made of stretch cotton and hugged Kylie’s curves as it consists of a ruched front with two, long cords that can be used to control the amount of rippling.
Since the controversy ensued, LoudBrand Studios has put their Instagram account on private and Kylie Jenner responded to the comments on her own Instagram page.
People called Kylie Jenner out for not tagging LoudBrand Studios in the photo but then people complained that when they replied in the comment section with the designer’s name, Kylie Jenner deleted the comments. Kylie Jenner denied ever doing such a thing.
— LoudBrand Studios (@LoudBrndStudios) July 6, 2020
“AND FOR EVERYONE SAYING “she doesn’t have to tag it if she bought it” YES I KNOW. BUT SHE DELETED COMMENTS THAT WERE TAGGING THE BRAND AND THEN LIMITED COMMENTS AND THAT’S GRIMEY!!! Stop defending them, they won’t notice you losers.”
That was just one of many negative comments. Kylie responded to the backlash by posting the following.
“ok this is just a reach. why would i ever REFUSE to tag aa brand and block comments. [sic] this is completely false. i think this brand is amazing and i wanted to show support and will continue to do so. everyone go check out @LoudBrndStudios”
You may see the photo that is at the center of the controversy and where the comments were being left below. Kylie has limited comments so people are unable to respond tot he drama.
What do you think about the controversy? Who do you believe?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.