Leslie Jones Is Ones Unhappy Customer With Jessica Alba’s Honest Company

  • Leslie Jones called out Jessica Alba and The Honest Company after having a “nightmare” experience with her last three orders. (Photo: WENN)

  • The actress slammed Alba and her team after her order was delayed even though she had paid for overnight shipping. (Photo: WENN)

  • The comedian took to Twitter to address the issue, directly tagging Jessica and The Honest Company. (Photo: Twitter)

  • She further explained the issues with her orders in a following tweet. (Photo: Twitter)

  • Jones public slam prompted a response from The Honest Company’s official Twitter account. (Photo: Twitter)

  • Jessica Alba herself offered an apology and said her team was “all over the issue.” (Photo: Twitter)

  • Leslie didn’t reply to Alba or the company’s apology on social media. (Photo: WENN)

  • Jessica Alba founded the Honest Company in 2012, that claims to be “an honestly safe baby and beauty store that bring innovative formulas and thoughtful designs to all of [their] products.” (Photo: WENN)

  • In 2015, a class action complaint was filed alleging the company’s sunscreen was ineffective, which called into question the company’s marketing claims for an array of its products. (Photo: WENN)

Leslie Jones called out Jessica Alba and The Honest Company after having a “nightmare” experience with her last three orders. (Photo: WENN)

If there’s something strange with your Honest Company order, who you gonna call? Leslie Jones!

Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones spilled the green tea on social media when she decided to call out both the Honest Company and Jessica Alba by name—or at least Twitter handle—, saying that her most recent experiences with the actress business had been a “nightmare.”

“Ok @Honest you just lost a good customer,” Jonas declared. “@jessicaalba please address your company that is not doing good business. I have use your company for more than three years now and these last three orders have been a nightmare! I have spent too much money here for that to happen!”

Jones then went on to explain she had purchased diaper cakes, a trending gift at baby showers where diapers are arranged in the form of a tiered cake, but apparently didn’t receive the gift when expected, even though she had paid $50 extra for the item to be delivered earlier.

“Next day air should not be a f— option. It should be made clear that the order is sent after processing which you don’t do,” Jones wrote. She continued: “It’s not overnight if it gets there in a week […] The last three orders were late. It wasn’t like that before.”

The Saturday Night Live alum public slam quickly prompted an apology both from the company’s official Twitter and a direct response from the Honest Company’s founder, Jessica Alba herself, who said her team was “all over the issue” and added “I’m a huge fan of yours.”

Well, seems like the comedian is no longer laughing off the issues she has been having with Alba’s all-natural company!


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