Khloe Kardashian took fans inside her jeans business with several Snapchat videos, but her followers were quick to call the reality star's factory a "sweatshop" and criticize her for how she is running her brand.
In one of the videos you hear the 32-year-old telling a denim worker, “Don’t f--k it up! All the pressure’s on you!”
Later, in the car, she remarks about possible tension between her and an employee.
“So I was just in one of my factories, and I think someone hated me that worked there…and Caesar is a d--k because Caesar said I should fire him, and I’m not going to fire him. Not everyone has to like me.”
The videos show unfinished floors inside the factor and employees working on the jeans by hand.
By the looks of @khloekardashian Snapchat, she's got a sweat shop working on her jeans— Tiffani ✌🏽️ (@tiff_easton) November 29, 2016
Tune into .@khloekardashian snapchat to get an upclose view of the sweatshop where her jeans are made 🙃🙃🙃— $cärlett (@mannndsssbarbie) November 29, 2016
I love how Khloe Kardashian is showing on her snapchat the little sweatshop with the cute illegals who make her $200 jeans 😬— Solechild (@S0lechild) November 29, 2016
Fans criticized the reality star for the videos.
Watch your mouth. All make salaries and all are employed in la! Know your info before you chime in https://t.co/cELkguxggr— Khloé (@khloekardashian) November 29, 2016
It means a lot to me to fight to make my denim in the US and to be employing good wages to all of my hardworking employees!— Khloé (@khloekardashian) November 29, 2016
Kardashian quickly took to Twitter defend herself.
This fall, Kardashian and business partner Emma Grede launched Good American. It is a denim line that boasts it carries sizes for all body types.
Kardashian and Good American did not return FOX411’s requests for comment.