The production of Ellen DeGeneres Show was ripped earlier this year. Despite all the allegations as she was dubbed “mean,” Ellen has launched a new season of her ‘BE KIND gift box valued at $270. The popular host has revealed the new product, which is based on her stalk-show. However, fans weren’t impressed by the new gift box. Most of them were having complaints, and they took to social media.Image Credit: Daily Mail
She revealed the new season gift box and her favorite things in an Instagram post. The gif box includes a collapsible cup, earbuds, a painting set, and a gold ‘hope’ necklace, and the price is $54.99 quarterly.
Earlier this year, Ellen has been embroiled in a toxic workplace scandal, and it has dropped her show’s rating. Neilsen Media Research has reported that in comparison to 2019, there is a 29% drop in the show rating. According to Neilson, there are 1.7 million viewers this season, which is 29% lesser than last year. According to sources and media news, Ellen was accused of creating a toxic workplace environment for her former and current employees. An investigation also took place. In her season open, Ellen said she has learned happened here that never should have happened. She apologized and said that I’m privileged, and with that, I have to take responsibility. However, fans dubbed her as a mean on social media. After releasing the gift box, she has been landed in another controversy as fans have started to complain about the product on social media.
Ellen has launched $270 BE KIND. Gift box after toxic workplace scandal she was embroiled in. However, she was criticized regarding customer service on social media. The fans seem to be not impressed by Ellen’s offerings. Many of them took their complaints to social media and posted that earbuds aren’t working or haven’t received the gift box yet. They also said that there is poor customer service. Ellen seems to be quite humble as he has previously apologized for whatever happened at The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and now she will hopefully resolve customer issues.