Lisa Rinna Slams 'Karens' Who Are 'Begging' QVC to Fire Her Because of Her Political Views

Lisa Rinna does not let anyone stop her from expressing her political views.
The designer of the Lisa Rinna collection, which is sold exclusively at QVC, spoke out in her Instagram story on Wednesday after critics, who she called "Karens", allegedly complained to the company and tried to use it because of their to get political beliefs to boot.
"I am sad to report that it now looks like I cannot use my platform to inform, question or say how I feel politically because the Karen bombed QVC and asked them to contact me to fire and say that they will no longer buy my clothes, "Rinna said.
"It's a shame that I have to have a muzzle to feed my family, but that's exactly what it is. Remember that you know how I feel. Use your voice and vote "she continued.
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In another post on her Instagram story filled with stickers that said "QUEER", "PRIDE, PRIDE TO BE", "BLACK TRANS LIVES AFFAIRS" and "THIS FIGHT IS NOT OVER", Rinna made it clear that she is proud to express her opinions. "I'll be on the right side of the story and in the end that's the most important thing," she wrote.
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The Internet has begun to use the name "Karen" to describe a woman who is justified or demanding, which goes beyond what is deemed appropriate. The New York Times described a "Karen" in one piece of 2019 as "a policewoman of all human behavior".
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While it is not exactly clear which Rinna social media posts annoyed the "Karens", the 56-year-old star of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills made several appearances for the Black Lives Matter movement, Pride Month and the youngest Supreme Court decision campaigned to ban discrimination against LGBTQ people at work.
The day after Rinna blew up her haters, the star shared another message in her Instagram story that she would continue to voice her opinion.
Lisa Rinna / Instagram
"I decided not to shut up. Always," she wrote, adding the "Speak Up," "Vote," and "Black Lives Matter" stickers.
"And I will take all the consequences of being in my truth! And ... f 'k off' Karen '."
The Bravo star launched their bestseller line on QVC in 2012.
PEOPLE asked Rinna's representative and QVC for a comment.

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