Janna Nick recently took to her Instagram to vent out her frustration towards a few online merchants who have been pushing her to post reviews on social media.
According to the versatile entertainer, she has been getting a lot of items and foods for her to review. For the past few weeks, things have been getting out of hand – to the point where the 25-year-old felt the need to speak up.
“I won’t reject all the products given to me. But, I can’t accept it whenever they questioned things like, ‘When are you going to post your review of our food?’ or ‘Will you be making a video for our item?’. First of all, I’m sincerely doing this for free. But when things are going this way, it’s like I have to fulfil a work commitment just to post the reviews,” said the “Cari Aku Di Syurga” actress.
Irritated, she further explained, “At one time, I received something to eat for review, but it didn’t taste that good. As such, I’m not going to ask my followers to purchase the said item when it’s not nice. It’s not that I don’t support local online business but all of you have to be sincere instead of expecting us to come up with item reviews for every product.”
Janna also apologised if she had offended anyone with her post. She added that ever since the movement control order (MCO) took place in March, she had to update a lot of product reviews on her Instagram.
“Some of them who knew my house address even sent their stuff straightaway without asking me beforehand. Then they asked, “When are you going to post again?” If I’ve reviewed your products before, it doesn’t make sense for me to post about it again,” the “Melodi” MC was quoted as saying.
She continued, “The reason is, I’ve been getting a lot of requests from everyone including my friends who are desperate during the MCO period. They had other jobs before this but now they are starting a business. I have done a lot of postings for my friends as well!”
Janna concluded by saying, “I can’t post it all at once because I don’t do Instagram reviews! I’m sorry if any of you are hurt with what I just said, but I feel the need to speak up.”