Despite enough Teresa Giudice’s online drama, It does not monopolize the controversy.
For years, Teresa has used her fame and platform to deliver paid advertising on social media.
Like a mother, like a daughter.
But it is his youngest daughter, Audriana, 12, who is pushing Food supplements Probably to his high school audience.
At the end of last week, 12-year-old Audriana Giudice took me to TikTok.
This post stood out because it was a sponsored post.
For many millennials and Gen Zers, non-skippable ads and sponsored posts are the only way for everyone to see an ad.
Audriana was sponsored by Bloom Nutrition Greens & Superfoods.
It is a dietary supplement sold to those who have problems such as lack of vegetables or lack of vegetables.
This product is a powder intended to be mixed with drinks.
Audriana’s video that we included shows her in crop tops and shorts.
She encourages followers to add powder to “water, juice and even their favorite smoothies.”
Since then, Bloom Nutrition supplements have been claimed to “boost immunity”.
This product is also said to “aid digestion and satiety”.
“Try this,” Audriana’s post adds. “If you have trouble eating vegetables every day!”
She also eats a bowl of something and poses. This is a short video.
Obviously, no one is blaming Audriana.
First, she is 12 years old.
No one expects her to judge that “well, maybe dietary supplements aren’t right for my audience.”
Second, Auriana is 12 again.
Most of us are willing to accept what could be thousands of dollars (maybe several times) to do a 15 second TikTok commercial.
As many of our lesser-known adults will. Now imagine what such money would look like for a tween.
Failure does not belong to Auriana.
However, many fans who were taken aback by the commercials feel that the adults in his life made him fail.
Why did Teresa allow this?
“When are you 12 years old? I’m sorry they let you do it, ”one user commented.
“Why are they making a 12-year-old do that,” asked another.
Another commentator made it short and sweet and wrote “sickness”.
Of course, not everyone is unhappy with the advertisement.
Audriana’s 20-year-old sister Jia only provided words of encouragement.
“I’m obsessed with you,” she wrote to her sister. “It’s perfect.”
Gia is a full-fledged influencer with 790,000 followers on Instagram.
She is no stranger to sponsorship and is likely encouraged by her sister who follows her lucrative footprint.
Of course, whatever her true feelings, she may have shown her support for the love of her sisters.
Theresa is also used to marketing products right and left to those who listen (and those who don’t).
The real reality TV money is not in the TV paycheck, but some say it is followed by endorsements, cameos, etc.
Theresa uses it… and given the people around her, it’s easy to see Audriana wanting to get started quickly.
To be honest… Despite our concerns, we know it’s not the worst thing in the world.
If Audriana starts promoting weight loss tea and other nightmarish eating disorder products, we’ll sing another song.
But some sort of nutritional powder? It looks ridiculous, but harmless. It’s weird that tweens are promoting something.
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