As the Black Lives Matter movement has fortunately become more prominent on social media this year, people are using their platforms to highlight black-owned businesses for their followers to become aware of and support. Whether it be a fashion company, a restaurant, or even a cleaning supplies shop, many are thankfully stepping up to help these brands. To see a list of black-owned businesses you can shop at now, check out this BuzzFeed article here. So when Kylie Jenner wore a dress from the black-owned fashion company LoudBrand Studios and didn't tag them on Instagram, Twitter users got really angry.
Specifically, the Twitter account @zoeyy227 caught Kylie's attention when she accused the makeup mogul of "refusing" to promote the fashion brand, as well as "limiting her comments" on her Instagram photos in which she rocked the outfit. Of course, many people bashed the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star for this, but she was quick to set the record straight.
Quote-tweeting the accusatory post, Kylie added, "ok this is just a reach. why would i ever REFUSE to tag a brand and block comments. this is completely false. i think this brand is amazing and i wanted to show support and will continue to do so. everyone go check out @LoudBrndStudios."
Loud Brand Studios has been showing their gratitude for Kylie's support on Twitter, saying they're "grateful" for her posts.
While it's unfortunate all of this drama had to come from Kylie's Instagram pics, it did really benefit the fashion brand. If you head to their website here, all of their clothing items are sold out! Hopefully fans of Kylie's and beyond will continue to support Loud Brand Studios, as well as other black-owned businesses in general.