An Influencer With 2 Million Followers Couldn't Sell 36 T-Shirts and Twitter Is NOT OKAY But...
Twitter is freaking out thanks to an influencer named Arii with 2 million followers being unable to sell 36 T-shirts.
Arii has disabled her Instagram comments due to insane amounts of trolling.
Today in confusing math problems that I'm 100 percent too exhausted to solve: Twitter is deeply baffled after an influencer named @Arii with 2 million followers failed to sell the 36 T-shirts required for her to start a clothing line.
In a since-deleted Instagram post, Arii explained that no one had "kept their word" and ordered her shirts despite "getting such good feedback," and that now "the company won't be able to send orders to people who actually bought shit." She also added "the people who I thought would support me really didn't nor did they share any of my posts (all I asked for)." Kay, so it's obviously pretty weird that someone with 2 million followers couldn't sell 36 T-shirts. Like, pretty sure even I could sell 36 T-shirts. And Twitter has a lot of thoughts about what the actual hell is going on.
Like, maybe the influencer ~bubble is bursting~?
Maybe the product was at odds with her personal brand?