Khloé Kardashian SLAMMED For A Brand Association Post, Netizens Label Her Insensitive
Khloé Kardashian SLAMMED For A Brand Association Post, Netizens Label Her Insensitive (Photo Credit: Instagram/Khloé Kardashian)

The Kardashian-Jenner family are pretty familiar with controversies. Right from their equation to each other to their relationship with their spouses as well as what they post on social media, everything makes it to headlines. the latest to receive fire for their social media post is none other than Khloé Kardashian.

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It is no big news that the Kardashians cash in huge cheques for promotions and brand associations on social media. Khloé landed in trouble this time for a giveaway that has fans accusing her of being insensitive.

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Recently, Khloé Kardashian posted a brand association with a bunch of Febreze products. She has also brought her young daughter, True Thompson, into some of her sponsorships to help sell Pampers.

At the end of July, Khloé Kardashian posted yet another sponsored ad. This time, her followers were quick to take offence. Many people felt the post, a giveaway featuring a series of expensive designer bags, was inconsiderate. Though this post likely drew a lot of engagement from her fans, others slammed the star for being insensitive the current COVID-19 pandemic.

A few irate people even reposted the ad and called out Kardashian by stating that “150,000 Americans have died,” and tagging the reality star.

Other social users said that clearly, Kardashian “doesn’t care” about current world events and would rather continue making money.

Earlier, a weight-loss shake post by Khloé Kardashian drew major ire – even from celebrities like Jameela Jamil, who slammed the reality star, stating that she should have more awareness about what she promotes.

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