This A- list reality star with the lucrative side gig could get a ton of positive publicity that shows she cares more about others than herself.
She won’t though.
Those unpaid workers she owes money too, will remain unpaid.
If anyone is trying to justify Billionaire Kylie Jenner not paying her clothing line workers in Bangladesh then they need to jump in a big hole and never come out
— Nabzz ✪ (limit) (@Nabzzino) June 22, 2020
Kylie Jenner is the perfect example of performative activism. Posting about BLM on her social media just to appease her fans. But behind the scenes her companies are unwilling to pay poor (mostly female) garment workers in Bangladesh. Make it make sense
— 🐉💫✨ (@shoecheetah) June 23, 2020
Kylie Jenner is accused of refusing to pay workers who make her clothing lines
Global Brand Group, who are in charge of the clothing lines of Kylie Jenner and Cardi B, are reportedly refusing to pay their Bangladeshi factory workers – and fans are mad that the celebrities aren’t speaking up about it.
Multi-millionaires Kylie Jenner and Cardi B are coming under fire, after it’s been revealed that the companies behind their clothing lines are refusing to pay factory works, leaving thousands around the world “starving”.
Both Global Brand Group who represent Kylie, and FashionNova, whom 27-year-old rapper Cardi has just launched a collection with, have cancelled orders due to the ongoing pandemic, and have cut workers in both Bangladesh and Los Angeles off with no pay, and no promise of when they’ll return. The Los Angeles factory in question has so far impacted up to 50,000 women who are also ineligible for government assistance due to their immigration status.
But of course, being among the super rich, you’d think these women would take some accountability and help out where necessary, right? Well, it turns out you’d be wrong.
In fact, fans are getting pretty damn angry, because it looks like any comments regarding the situation left on the youngest Kardashian’s social media posts, are being deleted altogether. – Source