However, Kevin was not pleased with her response and went on to note how she was also pictured “without PPE or your hair tied back” while standing next to an industrial mixer containing what appeared to be product. “shame on me? NO, shame on you,” he wrote back. “Just take responsibility for your mistake and move on.”
Kylie has not publicly responded to Kevin’s latest comment. E! has not verified whether or not Kylie was in a manufacturing facility.
This was not the first time Kylie has defended her beauty empire. Back in 2016, just two years after launching Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie fired back at “haters” after the makeup brand received an F grade from the Better Business Bureau following customer complaints.
“I’m continuing to learn and I just want to make everyone happy. Because so many of you spoke out, I’m excited to tell you that the Better Business Bureau has looked at the facts and changed the rating,” she said in a statement issued on her website at the time. “I’m sick and tired of people coming for my business. I love everything about Kylie’s Cosmetics and I will do anything in my power to protect and improve it every day and make you guys happy.”