The famous reality TV star, Kylie Jenner, has been under fire on social media this week as claims of her and her sister’s clothing line refused to pay workers in Bangladesh surfaced.
Remake and Diet Prada Instagram were accused of not paying its factory workers in Bangladesh during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the fashion supplier Global Brand Group.
Rick Darling, CEO of the Global Brands Group, stated in a reports in the News ABC that, “Due to the unpredictability of the situation, our retail partners have cancelled orders and the existing products in stock, like the products that are still in production, are not sold. As a result, we have no other option than to make the difficult decision to cancel all S / S 2020 orders.”
This led to many people storm on Kylie Jenner’s social media accounts where they flooded her comment section demanding the workers to be paid.
However, now the Kendall + Kylie clothing brand has refused the claims and stated that they have no links and relations with the Global Brands Group” and the accusations of neglecting to pay the factory workers in Bangladesh are false.
The statement made by Kylie + Kendall clothing brand on their Instagram account on Thursday stated: “We would like to address the unfortunate and incorrect rumour that Global Brands Group owns the Kendall + Kylie brand and that we have neglected to pay factory workers in Bangladesh as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.