Kim Kardashian‘s friends have her back!
In the review, the author criticized “monster” Kim for using her “fame as a tool to sell us some [shit]” and claimed “tiny companies with tiny budgets care more than KKW’s mega-brand.”
Overall, the writer gave the perfume a 3/5 rating, but gave the KKW brand a 0/5. As seen here:
@kkwfragrance ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ Body Fragrance. I think that├óΓé¼Γäós a great product to break my silence: the symbol of consumerism. This is the only Kardashian-Jenner creation I ever held in my hand and I must admit, it feels nice. Here is what I think while touching her. Having the resources you must innovate in all areas: create breakthrough formulas and manufacturing processes, new communication approaches; offer best customer support; research and develop with young creatives… all of that to make products that will stay in history and improve our day-to-day life. Instead, what do we get? Sadly, a celebrity using fame as a tool to sell us some ├░┼╕ΓÇÖ┬⌐. Tiny companies with tiny budgets care more than KKW├óΓé¼Γäós mega-brand. No returns, no exchanges, copy-paste designs, basic formulas, generic products… isn├óΓé¼Γäót Kim just a mirror reflection of our generation? I am afraid it was us who created this “monster”. I am keeping this perfume as a symbol of America. I can├óΓé¼Γäót return it anyway. $60 + another $15 for tax and 10-day shipping ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ 3/5 for the perfume, 0/5 for KKW beauty brand.A post shared by GELCREAM (@gelcream) on May 10, 2018 at 8:03am PDT
Later that day, hairstylist Jen Atkin — who has famously worked with the KarJenners — SLAMMED the writer as a “miserable human being” who “should be thanking” Kim for making “it possible for [Gelcream] to make a living on Instagram.”
Atkin also says the mother-of-three is an extremely hard worker who employs “hundreds of people.”
See the screenshots (below):
[Image via Jen Atkin/Instagram.]