It is very important for customers to identify the brand as the business owner when they are wearing an item. It helps build the brand and creates a new level of awareness, especially if the person wearing the items is a celebrity. Today Jelaminah of The Bad Girls Club called Rubi Rose because she allegedly hadn’t returned any items from her showroom last February.
Jela announced on Twitter in a series of tweets. She tweeted, “Ok, so I got a stylist friend of mine to find Rubi Rose for my showroom. That was at the end of February, I keep asking about my things and I get the detour and I don’t appreciate it. This girl even performed in my outfit. I never said thank you or recognized my brand. “
She went on to say that she just wanted her things back today, and that she and Rubi both live in downtown Los Angeles. A Twitter user asked her, “If you’re staying down the street, why don’t you go down and ask?” She replied, “I would never go home to someone I don’t know. I just know that we live close together. “
Shortly thereafter, Rubi stepped into the shadows and completed all of Jela’s claims. She commented, “I don’t know Shorty or her brand. Thanks for the clothes. You should speak to @thatssokhalil. I have nothing to do with that. I have nothing to do with that. I charge for a promo. I have nothing to do with that. I charge for promo. There must have been a mishap. “Your friend DDG also stepped into the shadows, defended Rubi and commented:” CAPPPP. “
Rubi also agreed with one of the roommates who said the situation was not her fault and that the fault should be with her stylist, Khalil. Roommate, do you think Jelaminah should have gone a different way to contact Rubi?