Just weeks after Scott Disick was caught out on Instagram, Naomi Campbell has gone and done the exact same thing.
Scott was promoting the brand Bootea when he accidentally included the whole message from the company with the image. Rather than just the small caption they had sent him.
You think these celebrities would have learned from the mistakes of others.
The supermodel was posting a sponsored Instagram post for Adidas, when she accidentally copied and pasted the entire message into the caption section.
“Naomi, so nice to see you in good spirits,” the post originally said, adding: “Could you put something like: Thanks to my friend @gary.aspden and all at adidas – loving these adidas 350 SPZL from adidas Spezial range. @adidasoriginals.”
We all know celebrities are paid to promote products that they probably don’t love much as they say – but they could at least be more sly about it and keep up the elusion.
While they are supposed to hashtag sponsored posts with #spon or #ad, it’s easy for users to get sucked into the world of celebrity endorsement and not realise.
Naomi, or someone on her team, quickly noticed the mistake and it was immediately changed – but not before users were able to catch a quick screenshot of the blunder.
A photo posted by Naomi Campbell (@iamnaomicampbell) on Jun 16, 2016 at 8:02am PDT
From the Kardashians to bloggers, there are hundreds, if not thousands of people who are paid by companies to promote their products. It does however appear that no matter how big of a star you are, it doesn’t always go to plan.
These posts are quite obvious to spot, even without the hashtags previously mentioned, however Naomi tried to add a personal touch to the altered post. She added #thesearemine along with a few emojis supposedly representing how pleased she was to be the owners of the trainers.