Spelling posted a picture of herself wearing a lacy black bra, along with the caption, “Luv summer nights! Got the kids 2 bed & Loving my #Nightlift Finally a bra that is super comfortable & cute & fights the sag while U sleep!@good_nightlift www.nightlift.com.”
Was the former 90210 actress posting a picture of a bra she genuinely loves and just sharing it with her fans, or was she endorsing a product? It appears the majority of people feel it’s the latter and they are seriously offended by Spelling’s marketing.
Spelling’s critics and fans expressed their disdain with the fact that she’s allegedly promoting products on Instagram, with many saying they don’t even want to follow her anymore.
“Seriously? Nice promo for a bra. How much $ you get for this?,” one Instagram user wrote, while others shared how much they hate having to see celebrity endorsements.
“More endorsements….now a bra pic to sell something? Someone grab a bucket of water this chick is THIRSTY,” a critic shared. And there were plenty who shared similar sentiments.
Comments included, “I think this is ridiculous. I am unfollowing simply because it seems she promotes everything. First yogurt, now night time bras??? Come on Tori, have a little self respect!!!” [sic] and “Her product endorsements are backfiring for me. I’m at the point now where I won’t buy anything she’s pushing because I feel the company is desperate because the product can’t hold it’s own.” [sic]
There was also a lot of confusion about anyone would want to wear a bra to bed.
Some of the comments include, “I hate wearing a bra during the day! Why would any chick want to wear one in her sleep?!” and “Who the hell wants to wear a bra at night? I take mine off as soon as I walk in house. I’d rather sag.”