Amber Clark, super relatable, took a moment out of her busy bikini filled day to comment on a profile piece about her in The Atlantic. The profile wasn’t really all that flattering, and Amber knows why – apparently the reporter wasn’t a fangirl.
In a highly professional and mature move the plastic hair farmer explained why she wasn’t portrayed as her true, amazing at all things self.
…Bianca (the reporter) came to spend 3 hours with us and i could tell from the moment she got there that she did not like us and had her mind made up about us prior to walking in the door. This article would have been negative regardless of what I did or said.
She went on to claim the reporter “took so many things out of context that it’s sickening”. Though she went into some detail with the reporter about the ways they were making their new ‘custom home’ a photoshoot/sponsorship wonderland (“The more our house becomes Pinnable, the more it leads back to the website”), she says in her comment that their new home “is not being built around “likes” and she completely took anything regarding the home totally out of context”. And despite telling the reporter “We always have to think of our life as ‘Where can you take the prettiest pictures?” Amber tried to get back on brand by playing the “effortless” card.
Any of my long time readers also know what kind of person I am. Me and my family just have fun living life together and document and share it online from time to time. There is NO “formula”.
Amber’s hissy fit complete, she ended with a perky “Thanks!” and presumably got back to her stressful life.