Zendaya‘s clothing company Daya is incredible in that it is gender neutral and all-inclusive when it comes to sizing. The only downsize has been that the stores haven’t been able to fulfill all its orders on time and customers are getting tired of it. People have been complaining on Twitter that they haven’t gotten clothes they ordered a month prior. Others have also pointed out that the website has been down numerous times and that they are often not able to get through to their call centre.
Zendaya has directly addressed the complaints and has finally come to a decision to end her contract with the company that was previously running her clothing line. She released a statement via Daya by Zendaya’s Instagram:
“I take these matters very seriously and value my fans who have supported DxZ. I am no longer affiliated with the company that was operating DxZ but I will personally ensure that each and every outstanding order and issue is resolved. I apologize for any frustration that my fans have experienced and promise that my team and I will be sorting this all out in the coming days.” In the meantime, people can contact dayaxzendaya@with questions.