Kylie Jenner hits back at allegations of snubbing a black-owned fashion label on Instagram

Kylie Jenner was blamed for denying to tag black-owned fashion brands on her Instagram account.

The reality television star, on the Fourth of July, was seen wearing a ruched body-con style dress featuring a stretchy fishnet bodice worth $144, by Loud Brand Studios. From the start, Kylie didn’t tag the brand in her post, which a Twitter user felt was done intentionally.

Kylie Jenner is denying to tag the designer of the dress she simply posted, which may be a black-owned brand, and now restricting her comments. [clown face emoji] @LoudBrndStudios is that the designer! Wrote Zoey.

The makeup mogul hit back at this charge stating, “Ok this is often just a reach. For what reason would I ever REFUSE to tag a brand and block comments. This is often completely false,” the star tweeted. “I think this brand is amazing and that I wanted to support and will keep on doing as such. Everybody go look at @LoudBrndStudios.”


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As per a source quoted by Page Six Style, Kylie seldom tags brand on Instagram except if it’s her own organization or a designer she is modeling for a publication spread. However, Kylie tried to give the brand due credit, as she returned to her post, tagged the brand, and mentioned it in her Instagram Story.

The brand saw a prompt response in the orders of the dress and was sold out in minutes. Hi guys!!!! We are so overwhelmed with the outpouring of love wow!!! We are so grateful for Jill [Jacobs, the star’s stylist] and Kylie because this has really changed things for us so excited to be featured on her platform how amazing!!! Thank you so much, Jill and Kylie,” the brand tweeted.