One Twitter user took it to the next level by reminiscing on her not-so-pleasant time working for the family.
The now beauty critic unapologetically hit back at Kardashian's comments. She claimed that when she was an editor for the Kardashian apps, she worked incredibly long hours, and still, could only afford groceries from the 99 Cents Only Store.
She continued: "[I] called out "sick" more than once bc I couldn't put gas in my car to get to the office, & was reprimanded for freelancing on the side."
I was an editor on the Kardashian apps in 2015 in LA, worked days nights & weekends, could only afford groceries from the 99 Cents Only Store, called out \u201csick\u201d more than once bc I couldn\u2019t put gas in my car to get to the office, & was reprimanded for freelancing on the side https://twitter.com/Variety/status/1501611270843166720\u00a0\u2026
The claim racked up hundreds of thousands of likes, RTs and responses, with one saying: "Rich/privileged people are really another breed. They're a whole new level of hypocrite."
"While Kim Kardashian talks about working hard, she underpays staff and also has people to take care of all aspects of her own life, from cooking to nannies," another critic said. "One person doing all these jobs herself would be working hard. She also would not be a millionaire."
A third dug up sister Khloe's patronising response from 2019. A fan said they had to work 20 hours to afford a pair of her brand's jeans.
Khloe responded and called the situation "cute."
and remember when khloe\u2026pic.twitter.com/zViV5awaTK
DeFino added the "wildest thing about that job" was that she witnessed "how the most famous women in the world Frankensteined an impossible standard of beauty" and "weaponized that standard of beauty to sell products" to ordinary people.
This pushed her to want to "change the industry" after realising how "f***ed up and exploitive" that world was.
Eh, suppose we should get back to work then...
Indy100 reached out to Kim Kardashian's rep for comment.
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