Kylie Jenner's Response to Claim She Refuses to Promote Black-Owned Brand Backfires
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Calling the accusation 'completely false,' the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star responds, 'Why would i ever REFUSE to tag a brand and block comments.'

AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner often makes use of her social media account to promote various kinds of brands, but it looks like she recently forgot to advertise one. The reality TV star and makeup mogul has been accused of refusing to promote black-owned brands after she failed to tag a black-owned business, Loud Brand Studios, in her recent Instagram post.

In the said pictures, Kylie was seen posing against a picturesque background as she donned an orange, tight-fitting dress with a sexy cut-out on the chest part. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star paired the dress with a pair of sunglasses and several gold bracelets while tying her raven hair in a braid. "I love it here," she simply captioned the post.

People were quick to notice that the dress she wore in the snaps was designed by Loud Brand Studios, prompting them to attack Kylie for not promoting the brand in the post. Some even went as far as accusing her of refusing to promote black-owned brands, to which she directly hit back. "ok this is just a reach. why would i ever REFUSE to tag a brand and block comments. this is completely false," the Kylie Cosmetics owner said. "i think this brand is amazing and i wanted to show support and will continue to do so. everyone go check out @LoudBrndStudios."

Kylie then properly tagged the brand in several of her posts, but it apparently only made people convinced that she did that just because she got called out. Thus, they attacked her even more. "Wdym? B***h you didn't tag the brand until people started calling you out on your s**t. OH! And have you paid your workers???" a user commented. "gurl if you were not called out, you would have been quiet so the least you can do is just apologize," another echoed the sentiment.

"if you wanted to support them why you ain't tag them/acknowledge them before you got bullied into doing it," one other questioned, as an individual said, "the fact that you had to be DRAGGED to finally credit her whew the FRAUDULENCE." Someone else wrote, "This all you had to do in the first place. You waited until everyone dragged you."

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