- Sondos Alqattan is still steadfast in her beliefs and claims about domestic helpers
- The Kuwaiti star has vowed to have her followers boycott all the brands severing ties with her
- She said that all the criticism and flak drawn by her remarks are attacks on Islam, Hijab, and Kuwait, which she calls "foreign media campaign"
Sondos Alqattan is now stronger in her claims and beliefs about her thrown remarks against the May 11th Kuwai-Philippine agreement.
KAMI learned that the Kuwaiti influencer said that whatever's slurred by all of her bashers, who are mostly Filipinas and OFWs, is an attack not only on her but on Islam, Hijab, and Kuwait, at most.
Al Qattan has vowed to unveil to her followers a list of beauty brands that severed ties with her to get boycotted once and for all. The Kuwaiti star has over 2 million followers on Instagram and more than 160,000 on Twitter, which she locked from the public.
She even calls the brands severing ties with her as a 'foreign media campaign', which she views as detrimental not only to her but to Islam itself.
On Tuesday night, Al Qattan posted a perfume promo on Instagram for Al Jazeera Perfumes. Subsequently, Wednesday, she posted a photo of her with a caption, "do what’s right and don’t do what’s trending."
In an earlier report by KAMI, famous beauty brand giants have had their ties with Alqattan severed, followed by Phyto USA, Shiseido Cosmetics, and MAC Cosmetics, who claimed to have no direct association with the Kuwaiti social media star.
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