KYLIE Jenner fans are “done” with her after factory workers who created Kylie Cosmetics complained of “horrific conditions.”
The beauty billionaire was slammed by her former supporters after The Sun exclusively reported that some people who made the star’s makeup felt “degraded” and were even “banned” from making eye contact with her.
On Thursday, Kylie, 23, launched a completely revamped version of her Kylie Cosmetics makeup range.
Though she took to Instagram to celebrate the big day, some of her followers used it as a chance to express outrage for The Sun’s report that factory crew were “forced to work in horrific conditions.”
After workers complained that working at Spatz Laboratories – the manufacturer of Kylie’s Cosmetic – was so bad they would “cry,” fans slammed the star.
One person commented a scathing message: “Wow what a piece of s**t! I’m so done of this woman.”
"WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE? THEY SURE IN THE HELL NOT GOD SO WHY IS IT PEOPLE HAVE TO TREAT THEM DIFFERENTLY? NO GOOD PEOPLE,” another exclaimed.
While a third said on her Instagram post: “Using your rebrand to distract us from Kylie Cosmetics workers saying they’re been treated like garbage??? K.”
“Kylie I love you but I can’t stand by anyone that makes workers feel the way some of yours say they feel please set the record straight,” a fourth begged.
Earlier today, Kylie launched a “completely revamped” Kylie Cosmetics brand which includes “elevated” formulas and new packaging.
The KUWTK alum first launched KYLIE Lip Kits by Kylie Jenner in 2015 – before the company was renamed Kylie Cosmetics, LLC in 2016.
At the time, Spatz Laboratories located in Oxnard, California was the manufacturer of her products.
Kylie would occasionally go to Spatz Laboratories, which she does not own or directly control, with her mother, Kris Jenner, to check in on the manufacturing, and would often document her visits on social media.
'I WAS IN TEARS'
Today, Irene Lopez, 32, claimed exclusively to The Sun of the makeup mogul's visits: “She would come by and watch us work to see what we did.
"Before they would come in our supervisors would tell us, ‘You are not allowed to talk with them, you guys are supposed to keep on working, you guys are not allowed to take any pictures or ask any questions.’
“We had to be quiet and continue working. They would come around and just watch us on the machines or filling up the makeup tubes. They wouldn’t talk to us, they never talked to me, they would talk to the leads and just walk around and look at everything.
“It’s not like she didn’t see what the conditions were.”
A source told The Sun Kylie is no longer with Spatz as her manufacturer.
Martha Molasco, another employee of Spatz Laboratories, was hired by a separate temp agency to work for the factory from 2015 to 2017, and handled Kylie’s products during her time there.
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Martha, 31, exclusively told The Sun of the strict “rules” workers had to follow when Kylie visited: “Supervisors would say, 'Don’t talk to them, don’t even look at them.’
“It was messed up. We were doing her product and we couldn’t talk to her. We couldn’t see her. If we’re doing her product and all the work is on us, she should be aware of it.”
However, there is also no indication that Kylie or her team knew workers were under strict instructions for their visits.
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