American beauty vlogger and cosmetics line owner Jeffree Star has a say on Michelle Dy's new social media issue.
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#Karma: Did Jeffree Star throw shade at Michelle Dy again?
Rosette Adel ( - August 19, 2018 - 7:12pm

MANILA, Philippines — Filipina vlogger Michelle Dy once again got the attention of Jeffree Star just weeks after making social media buzz for allegedly copying the copyrighted series of the American beauty vlogger and cosmetics line owner.

Michelle over the past days became one of the trending topics on Twitter after she posted an Instagram story scolding her bashers for making an issue out of every single thing she posts.

“Pati filter, lighting, camera, editing, whatever chuchu ng picture ko pinoproblema nyo! Kalokaaa hahahah," Michelle wrote on social media.

“Problemahin nyo yong mga blackheads at pimples nyo mga besh, wag yong picture ko. Lahat nalang! Kalerks!" she added.

Michelle’s remarks on pimples and blackheads then drew flak for supposedly creating negative notions on skin imperfections, “being insensitive” and shaming people’s flaws.

Netizens noted how she should be among those who empower those with imperfections as an online influencer and beauty guru.

On Twitter, @Franckkkiiee was among those who tweeted on the issue.

“Lol Michelle Dy can afford all the best skin care and treatments available except decent attitude,” @Franckkkiiee said.

To which, Jeffree replied, “Hahaha, #karma.”

Last July 31, Jeffree posted a series of Instagram stories accusing a Youtuber “who is not known in America” of stealing his copyrighted “Approved” series. He threatened to sue this vlogger.

READ: Pinay vlogger Michelle Dy apologizes to Jeffree Star after getting called out for using copyrighted series

Although Jeffree did not name Michelle, the Filipina vlogger owned up to the mistake and apologized to Jeffree. She said her “MD approved” series was just inspired by Jeffree’s.

To date, Jeffree still has not revealed whether he did file a case against Michelle.

RELATED: Michelle Dy copied Jeffree Star’s ‘Approved’ slogan, but is it trademarked?

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