Kristin Cavallari offers another sultry business snap and after facing backlash amid COVID-19 crisis

Kristin Cavallari faced an uproar of backlash for posting a picture of herself in a bikini, while complaining about not being about to reach enough of her 3.9 million Instagram followers of late.

Some fans deemed it inappropriate to be lobbying to sell more products while in the midst of the growing coronavirus pandemic. 

Despite the negative chatter, the reality star posted another sultry snap of herself, while offering discounts at her two clothing lines and an explanation to her recent business lobbying tactics. 

Back to business: Kristin Cavallari shared another sultry post, along with product discounts, one day after receiving backlash over her business tactics amid the coronavirus crisis

In the new photo, Cavallari showed off her backside in a white backless dress as she seductively whisked her hands through her blonde tresses.

‘Thank you to everyone for their continued support during this uncertain time,’ she wrote in the caption, in a reference to the COVID-19 crisis, before offering ‘20% off everything at both @uncommonjames and @littlejamesclothing,’ in a show of her appreciation.

‘We’re gonna get through this and come out on the other side stronger. We’re in this together!” she added in another COVID-19 reference.

Again, some followers took to the comments section to express their dismay over what they deemed to be bad timing.

‘I have everything in my cart. Just waiting for my job to come back,’ one user said with a healthy dose of sarcasm.

Another person asked: ‘But are you donating any to charity?’

Her take: The entrepreneur and reality star also shared a video on her Instagram Story explaining her reasons behind her recent business tactics to sell more products

Her take: The entrepreneur and reality star also shared a video on her Instagram Story explaining her reasons behind her recent business tactics to sell more products

About three hours after her back-baring post, Cavallari shared a video where she pitched a number of new products from her lines. 

She also offered an explanation to why she continues to lobby for more business as much of the world remains in some sort of quarantine during the crisis.

‘I know this is a weird time for everyone and it feels strange to promote UJ,’ she wrote in one caption as she showed off some necklaces and earrings.

‘But I’m responsible for over 100 employees so you better believe I’m gonna do everything in my power to keep all of my employees.’

Her motive: The Very Cavallari star, 33, claimed she's been lobbying for more business , in part, to avoid laying off any of her more than 100 employees

Her motive: The Very Cavallari star, 33, claimed she’s been lobbying for more business , in part, to avoid laying off any of her more than 100 employees

Working it: The Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County star tried on various items and offered 20% discounts on all products along with her explanation to her recent business tactics

Working it: The Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County star tried on various items and offered 20% discounts on all products along with her explanation to her recent business tactics

The backlash all started on Wednesday when she ranted about how not enough people are seeing her Instagram posts.

She started the post with an urgent-sounding “**PLEASE READ**” declaration. 

‘I’ve spent years building this family of followers on Instagram and now more than ever I’m having trouble reaching all of you when I need to most,’ her lengthy caption begins. 

‘The algorithms have thrown me huge curveballs and for the first time in a long time, I have a new way to get in front of all of you within SECONDS.’

The post continued: ‘That is why I’m excited to announce that I’m launching a new platform where I can reach each and everyone of you every time via text! No more BS. This content will be EXCLUSIVE. Intimate. And most importantly YOU WILL NEVER MISS IT. All you have to do is click the link in my bio to sign up now!! I promise to deliver incredible content you won’t find anywhere else ever. First looks into new projects, my favorite recipes, products, lifestyle tips and more. Tag a friend you know who won’t want to miss out! xo.’

Her product push: The backlash over Cavallari's recent business tactics started on Wednesday when she ranted about how not enough people are seeing her Instagram posts

Her product push: The backlash over Cavallari’s recent business tactics started on Wednesday when she ranted about how not enough people are seeing her Instagram posts

Some of Cavallari’s friends commented with their support, but again, there were a slew of fans who were taken aback by the timing of the post. 

‘Lol trouble reaching people ? Why? To sell product in times of uncertainty?? It’s okay Kristin … no one is worried about buying anything right now . Take a chill pill [sic],’ someone commented. 

Another person wrote, ‘What does she do that she thinks anyone needs to know immediately? The narcissism is amazing. This pandemic has shown how completely out of touch celebrities are.’

Someone else chimed-in, ‘You seem completely out of touch with what is going on in the world right now. You are just worried about selling your products.’  

Cavallari was previously called out by fans for posting a sexy snap in NYC on Sept. 11, writing, ‘NYC for 24hrs. And what a time to be here..always remember.’

Reality world: Cavallari jumped back into the reality TV with Very Cavallari in 2018

Reality world: Cavallari jumped back into the reality TV with Very Cavallari in 2018

 

 



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