The Kardashians protest Reels’ behavior
Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner have criticized Instagram for copying TikTok and showing too much irrelevant content.
Kim Kardashian’s cousin Kylie Jenner retweeted the user’s post: “Let’s bring Instagram back to Instagram. Don’t try to copy Tiktok, I just want to see cute pics of my friends.”
Jenner is currently the second most successful person on Instagram with 360 million, behind soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo (469 million). Kim Kardashian also shared the same post and received more than 1.1 million likes.
Meanwhile, the petition mentioned above Change.org Content challenging Instagram’s short video feature, Reels, is “turning heads,” says TikTok after garnering nearly 100,000 signatures. edge.
Instagram has not yet responded to the incident.
Instagram has been testing the Reels feature since 2020. In recent months, many users have criticized the social network for forcing them to view inappropriate content. “I opened the app to get updates from my friends but half of what I see are videos I don’t recognize,” one person wrote.
Recently, Instagram implemented a full screen video effect, and all new videos are expected to be automatically converted to real ones. After announcing the new experimental feature, Instagram received thousands of offensive comments from users.
Negative posts from celebrities have a huge impact on tech companies. In 2018, when Snapchat was being redesigned, Kylie Jenner also confirmed on Twitter that she no longer uses the Snapchat app. The tweet reportedly cost Snap stock about $1.3 billion.