Khloé Kardashian’s fans aren’t fond of her latest tactic to secure the bag. On Wednesday, February 26, the mother of one caught backlash from fans after she announced her partnership with Febreze.
After catching wind of the photo, fans didn’t hold back. “When the money dries up. What company can I use to get more money without having to do anything and only look seductive?” one fan wrote underneath the photo. Another fan accused Khloé of promoting a product that allegedly isn’t safe. “Except that Febreze is extremely toxic,” another added.
A third fan suggested that Khloé, 35, wanted to venture out and try something new. “Auntie Khloe wanted to branch out and work with other brands besides skinny teas and protein shakes, so she reached out to me because Kris Jenner is useless. I pitched her so many brands and they all passed (even @kkwbeauty) but @febreze jumped at the chance to work with her on the campaign.” After reading the comment, Khloé praised the joke. “Lol, damn,” she wrote alongside laughing emojis.
This isn’t the first time that Khloé has found herself in hot water over a partnership with a brand. Back in January 2020, the Revenge Body star was slammed once again for promoting Flat Tummy Tea, which is a product that aids with weight loss.
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“Ok... I’ve posted with @flattummyco’s Shakes in the past and YES, I also use a personal trainer and nutritionist, but THESE SHAKES WORK to help get your tummy back to flat. Trust me you guys,” she wrote in addition to a photo of her in the gym.
At the time, fans slammed the reality star. “THESE SHAKES DO NOT WORK. @khloekardashian please stop the false advertising. This can be very harmful to people who've gone through ED like myself thanks,' one commenter wrote. '@flattummyco your product is doing more harm than good,” one of the many comments read.
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