Bethenny Frankel può criticare i migliori di loro. L’ex star supponente di “The Real Housewives of New York City” non si tira indietro quando dice quello che pensa.

Kim Kardashian, in particolare, si è trovata a ricevere il controllo del fondatore di Skinnygirl in più di un’occasione. Frankel ha detto a TMZ che pensa che Kardashian e i suoi fratelli stiano definendo standard di bellezza non realistici modificando le foto che condividono sui social media. “È irresponsabile, è sconsiderato, non è fonte di ispirazione, non è ambizioso – è distruttivo”, ha detto. Frankel è intervenuto anche dopo che i fan hanno fischiato la Kardashian quando ha assistito al match del 9 ottobre tra i Dallas Cowboys e i Los Angeles Rams. Frankel ha giocato in difesa per il pubblico della NFL, twittando“I tifosi sono persone con figlie e figli che sperano in modelli realistici per i loro figli. Il calcio non è la terra superficiale della moda”.

Bethenny Frankel deleted her positive review in response to Kanye West's antisemitic comments

Mere days after finally finding a reason to praise Kim Kardashian, Bethenny Frankel removed her TikTok video about the Skims socks. Without mentioning him by name, she explained that her decision was in response to Kanye West's antisemitic remarks, which included his Twitter threat to go "death con 3 on Jewish people." After Adidas severed ties with Ye over his behavior, Forbes reported that he had lost his billionaire status but noted that he still had a 5% stake in Skims, despite the end of his marriage to Kardashian. Frankel revealed that this was what was weighing on her conscience in a follow-up video on TikTok. "This is a multi-billion dollar company, so if someone owns 5% of it, it's actually very significant," she said. Frankel also slammed Ye for creating "an antisemitic, dangerous, diabolical, and destructive pattern throughout this country."

Frankel's video came after one of her Twitter followers accused her of using the Kardashians for clout, prompting the podcast host to clap back, "I want a world where children don't see this phony, filtered, attention-grabbing, lying culture celebrated. I want new role models." However, on TikTok, Frankel said that she wasn't even going to utter Ye's name because she's decided that speaking about people she doesn't want to align herself with, whether her remarks are positive or negative, serves to promote them. This may mean that Frankel's Kardashian-bashing days are over.

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