“When your couch accidentally disconnects and you realize your maids aren’t doing deep cleaning. Found 2 socks too… 😂🤦🏼♀️🤔,” Bellino, 42, captioned an interior photo that confirmed pillow feathers, paper cutouts of ‘peace’ indicators and a blue mechanical pencil on the ground by her leather-based couch.
Nevertheless, Bellino’s feedback about her lounge not being cleaned correctly didn’t sit nicely with many followers who slammed the truth star for calling out her staff.
“Stop being lazy and crying about your 1st world problems. Clean it yourself,” one commenter wrote in response to Bellino’s put up, whereas one other echoed the sentiment, including, “Who says that?? This isn’t gross … you are … #unfollow.”
One other commenter famous Bellino’s timing of her put up, which she shared a day after Thanksgiving and questioned if the “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” alum was even grateful for her blessings.
“Why would you post this? So much for being thankful huh? This makes you even more unlikable…,” wrote the consumer.
Moreover, some followers felt that Bellino might have used completely different verbiage than calling the cleaners maids and felt the time period was demeaning.
“Maid is such a trashy word. You sound really privileged,” one individual wrote, one other including, “Let’s call them house keepers instead. It sounds better.”
Regardless of the onslaught of criticism, some customers truly agreed with Bellino and jumped to her level that paying for a service ought to imply that the service be carried out correctly.
“If you are paying someone for a service, that’s unacceptable,” one fan mentioned.
The previous “RHOC” star has not reply to any of the outrage in opposition to her. A rep for Bellino didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.