07/19/2016 11:38 EDT | Updated 07/19/2016 11:59 EDT

Cher Slams Kate Hudson's Fabletics In Epic Tweet

"What a pain in the ass."

While we were all obsessing over the aftermath of Kim Kardashian leaking video footage of husband Kanye West and Taylor Swift's phone convo about those infamous "Famous" lyrics, Cher was minding her own business and trying to do some shopping.

Now, if you follow the 70-year-old musician on Twitter, you know she doesn't hold back when something pisses her off. And by the looks of it, her shopping experience with Kate Hudson's Fabletics line was NOT a good one.

"Made mistake of going2 Fabletics. What a pain in the ass. won't even let u see anything Till u give them ur 1st born‼️ Felt I Was Being Conned," the "Turn Back Time" songstress tweeted.


As People notes, Cher's tweet refers to the lengthy questionnaire used to join the site. Questions include things like the types of sports you like, your body type, your ideal exercising environment, etc.

As for Fabletics, well, they're "bummed" Cher didn't like their member quiz, says JustFab (Fabletics' parent company) corporate marketing officer, Shawn Gold, to PeopleStyle.

We've got those #FridayFeels // @katehudson in the Bryant Sports Bra

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"First of all, we love Cher! The introductory quiz helps us better understand our customers and personalize the shopping experience," Gold told PeopleStyle. "By asking shoppers for their style and size preferences, we're able to save our customers tons of money and eliminate waste. We only produce the clothing that people want. I wish we could turn back time and explain this to Cher."

(Side note, nice reference there, Shawn).

This isn't the first time people have complained about Hudson's activewear line, however. Back in September, Fabletics came under fire when customers claimed they were "scammed" by the brand's monthly subscription fee that is difficult to cancel.

A Buzzfeed News investigation also found that JustFab's co-CEOs and co-founders have "been conning consumers into unwanted subscriptions since at least 2004."

Find your summer paradise. // Carnival Print on @KateHudson

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So sorry, Fabletics, but it looks like Cher's tweet is valid.

As for Kate? Here's hoping she doesn't pull a Taylor Swift and ask to be "excluded from this narrative."

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