Ari Fletcher reveals she lost $150,000 worth of Savage X Fenty

Roommate Ari Fletcher is teasing the loss of her deal with Savage X Fenty. In an episode of the new documentary ‘The Impact ATL’ in which she starred alongside Jayda Cheaves, Arrogant Tae, Lakeyah and Dess Dior, she was real. Chicago Native explains that she lost access to her Instagram page and lost a large bag from her lingerie brand because of negative comments about Domestic Violence.

If you recall, back in January, Ari faced backlash after appearing on an episode of Mona’s podcast, “Don’t Call Me White Girl”. On the podcast, she discussed her relationship with Moneybagg Yo. She joked that she likes to let her man draw a gun to her to “tame her” when she’s upset. After the interview, many people were annoyed with Ari, however, her approach to criticism was not accompanied by an apology.

The influencer went live on Instagram and clapped back while criticizing domestic violence victims. “Two, you all engage in comments, like ‘oh when I’m in a relationship with this boy’… no one cares, no one cares, no one cares,” said Ari. speak. “No one cares what happened to you, what trauma you got… no one cares. You are trying to victimize yourself…”

The influencer admitted the comments led to her being kicked out of Rihanna’s company and losing $150,000. She explained it was a good lesson for her and needed it. Ari added that she knows she can’t always depend on other brands and needs to have her own products to promote. It looks like the situation may have allowed her to focus on her cosmetics line, Remedy By Ari.

The company recently released a line of lip gloss, eyeshadow, and other products.

Do roommates think Savage X Fenty made the right choice in leaving Ari?


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