Author Ayelet Waldman took to Twitter to share her frustration with Kim's game and things got pretty ugly. She accused the app of preying on young children and says it is "stealing from them."
She fired off a series of tweets than ranged from angry to accusatory and everything in between.
"Parents - DELETE the Kardashian Hollywood game. She's making $700K a DAY on this game, by tricking into massive purchases," she wrote in one. "PARENTS - if your kids have smartphones - go check in app purchases. And I advice DELETE the Kardashian game. Unless you WANT to give her $$," another read.
She also called the developer an "evil scumbag" and said her kids were out $120 in two days, thanks to Kim and her game.
While a lot of people jumped on her bandwagon, some said she (or her kids) should have known better. "Can't blame a game for your child's mistake. That's ridiculous. Or even the person behind the game. No one forced him to buy stuff," one wrote. Another asked if her child maybe said he got "tricked" so he wouldn't get in trouble...which is actually a smart move on that kid's part if that is what he did.
To those who play Kim's game: What do you think? Have you been "tricked" into purchasing stuff or is it spelled out pretty clearly when you're going to be spending money?