- Kim Kardashian has been slammed after she shared her new hilarious advert about plant-based meat from vegan products company, Beyond Meat
- The reality star shared that she's now the company's chief taste consultant but instead people accused her of not eating the food in the clip she posted
- Some social media users assumed that the wealthy businesswoman was paid a huge some of money to "pretend" like she's enjoying the plant-based meat
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Kim Kardashian has been slammed for "pretending" to eat vegan products from Beyond Meat. The star took to social media to post her new advert and her fans were having none of it.
The reality TV star shared that she's the new chief taste consultant. She also highlighted the benefits of the plant-based meat alternative company in the advert.
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BuzzFeed News reports that the way the video is edited left many of her followers convinced that she didn't eat the food at all. They took to her comment section on Instagram to roast her for only allegedly agreeing to do the advert for money.
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"Kim on her path to being a comedian."
"I ain’t buying it cause you ain’t really eating it."
"You didn’t even eat the food."
"I don’t believe you ate any of that, miss starvation."
"Anything for a dollar right?"
"How much did they pay you, Kim. We all know the agenda behind this meat."
"This is beyoooond meat, so good you don’t even have to eat it."
Kim Kardashian slammed for taking credit for freeing 17 inmates
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that reality television star Kim Kardashian found herself topping Twitter trending lists for the wrong reasons once again. The star was called out by a Twitter user for taking all the credit for freeing 17 inmates in 2019.
Kardashian, who has been instrumental in fighting for prison reforms, was hailed for freeing 17 first-time nonviolent drug offenders serving life sentences.
However, reporter Lex Stylz took to Twitter to set the record straight. She said the founders of the Buried Alive Project Brittany K. Barnett and MiAngel Cody were the ones who played an instrumental role in the good cause.
Source: Briefly News