Rebel Wilson apparently addresses clothing line backlash: details

Make peace. rebel wilson seems to have responded to backlash over her new clothing lineR&R club.

After fans criticized the comedian, 42, for not offering plus sizes in her loungewear line, Wilson took to her Instagram Story on Tuesday, Nov. 29, to set the record straight.

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Courtesy of Rebel Wilson/Instagram

“Successfully, we are planning to make more colors and sizes for R&R Club,” said the Perfect tone the star wrote over a photo of herself in a cozy white ensemble from the brand. In a follow-up post, Wilson explained that she’s “experimenting” with the current “limited capsule collection of just two pieces in limited sizes.” As of now, the website only shows two tracksuits in sizes XS to XL.

Wilson then asked his followers to let him know which shades and sizes they’d be interested in trying out.

The Australian native’s reveal comes after the TikTok user fate ann criticized the label in a video posted on Saturday, November 26. “The irony of Rebel launching a clothing line she wouldn’t have even been able to afford a few years ago,” Ann wrote in the clip’s caption, referencing Wilson’s weight loss. The Senior Year star embarked on a fitness journey in 2020 and has since lost 80 pounds.

“I’m just learning about Rebel Wilson’s new clothing brand, R&R Club, which launched in early November,” Ann began in the video. “I’m confused. I don’t understand how someone who [was] plus size for most of his career and most of his life… someone who knows how hard it is to be fat, to buy clothes in your size… I don’t understand how someone with that experience, that knowledge, can launch a brand that only goes up to an XL.”

He added: “People’s biggest argument for this is always, ‘Oh, it’s too expensive to have so many size ranges.’ [but] It’s Rebel Wilson, he’s got money. He is so daunting.”

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Courtesy of Rebel Wilson/Instagram

Ann wasn’t the only social media user to run into trouble with the R&R Club. Other TikTokers shared her sentiments and agreed with Ann in the comments section.

“That’s so disappointing,” read one comment. Another social media user wrote: “Wow. That is absolutely miserable.” A third said: “Even if it’s expensive, you’ll get your money back because the larger sizes always sell out. This is disappointing.”

The Isn’t It Romantic actress, who recently welcomed her first child via surrogate, launched the line with her girlfriend. ramona agruma earlier this month.

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