Kim Kardashian is coming out with a new body-shaping undergarment line, but not all her fans are thrilled with her latest entrepreneurial effort.
On Tuesday, June 25, the reality announced on Instagram that she was launching Spanx-like creations, a project she’s been developing for the last year.
“Introducing Kimono Solutionwear™ for every body. Coming Soon in sizes XXS - 4XL in 9 shades,” she captioned a photo that showed six women in her brand’s new garments, none of whom appeared to be a plus-sized model.
Now, fans are blasting Kim, 38, for boasting she’s offering “solutions for women that actually work” without actually proving it with pictures.
“Of course all the pics are super fit women wearing them — where’s the REAL women at that actually need these,” read one comment.
“Just please use fat models,” blasted another commenter, noting, “I don’t mean thick, plus size, curvy, none of that. I wanna see rolls that have rolls and a minimum of two stomachs.”
“Ladies please, just embrace your beauty — you will never look like this family unless you have millions to do so....damn shame,” sniped another turned-off fan.
“Can we see the product on women that have a bigger belly, thick thighs, some belly rolls, etc?” said another, adding she did “appreciate the shades,” however.
Another person wrote: “All these new products now makes us girls feel even more insecure about ourselves because we feel like we need to hide our flaws and marksread one comment. But the money is just too good isn’t it?”
As Radar previously reported, Kardashian, who earns a whopping $1 million for an Instagram post, has been busy in her quest to conquer new career goals.
She revealed in the May issue of Vogue that she is even studying to become a lawyer.
Kim said she isn’t going to law school but is obtaining her degree through an apprenticeship with a San Francisco law firm, which is allowed in California. The reality star said she plans to take the bar exam in 2022.