Recently, the news about Sondos Al-Qattan giving her opinion about domestic workers went viral online. Despite gaining negative feedback, the social media star stands firm for what she said online.
The Facebook page of CNN Philippines reported that more world-class cosmetics/make-up brands expressed their dismay over the statment of Al-Qattan.
Becuase of this, many brands decided to drop her off the list of theirs endorsers. These brands are dedicated and in favor of the new law that protects the Overseas Filipino Workers in Kuwait.
The first three brands that dropped her were Max Factor Arabia, Chelsea Beautique London and M. Micallef Parfums.
But according to KAMI, Etude House and Phyto USA joined the list of the brands that are removing Sondos Al-Qattan from their list.
These brands gave their statement that they are cutting off any connection that they have towards the Kuwaiti makeup vlogger/social media influencer.
“As a reflection of our brand’s values, we believe and support the right for all Filipino workers to be given greater protection and good working conditions,” Etude House Philippines said.
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Though the Etude House Middle East is not giving any statements towards the issue, Etude House Philippines chose to release their statements.
Meanwhile, Phyto USA made a mark by saying that they will never tolerate any form of ‘racism and abuse’. They said that they are troubled upon hearing the cruel comments of Sondos.
“we were very surprised and troubled when hearing about the cruel comments made by @sondos_aq and do not tolerate any kind of racism and abuse,” Phyto USA wrote. They even tagged the personality in their post.
“We contacted our local distributor in Kuwait and requested that any partnerships with Ms Alqattan were put to an end effective immediately,” they explained.
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