Khloe Kardashian fans say she is 'becoming too C-list' with Instagram ads after being 'banned' from the Met Gala09/25/2021
KHLOE Kardashian has been labelled "C-list" by her fans after repeatedly posting ads on her Instagram.
In her most recent post, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star posted a video alongside singing sensation, Doja Cat following reports that she has been BANNED from the Met Gala.
The video, posted to her Instagram following of 185 million, was one in a series of sponsored ads for the hit mobile app, Candy Crush.
Khloe paired up with the superstar to promote the games new All-Star tournament.
The duo showed off their candy colored nails as their voices were dubbed over with catchphrases from the game, including "tasty" and "delicious".
Many fans thought that Khloe's continuous sponsored posts were "cringe", with others claiming the reality star has fallen from fame compared to her siblings.
One incensed fan wrote: "You becoming a C List celebrity with all these ads".
Another wrote: "Don't drag Doja into your irrelevance, she's still an A-lister girlie".
A third fan commented: "Wouldn't catch Kim or Kylie doin this typa sh*t".
The posts come after it was revealed that Khloe was branded "too C-list" to attend the Met Gala.
Khloe tweeted during the 2019 Met Gala: "I seriously cannot get over how incredible my sisters look tonight! I'm dreaming of them!"
Khloe, 37, has reportedly been barred from the star-studded evening at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art for not being famous enough.
Sources have revealed Khloe is banned from the glamorous celebration as she is unable to compete with the host of modeling, film and music stars.
Vogue's Editor in Chief Anna Wintour is said to regard the reality TV favorite as "too C-list" for the red carpet.
Despite this, it hasn't stopped Khloe from showing her support for her siblings who made it to the event in previous years .
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