But she also gained supporters — mostly social conservatives and pro-hunting groups — putting forth boilerplate arguments and drawing attention to Facebook removing the images of her posing with slain African game, citing policy violations, but temporarily leaving the “Kill Kendall Jones” page.
Now 20 years old, Jones launched her show with the help of Remington on Youtube last week.
“With nearly 700,000 Facebook fans and a proven connection with young hunters, Kendall’s Web series aligns with our goal of engaging new audiences,” said Kevin Graff, the company’s senior vice president and general manager.
Remington said it will provide the firearms and ammunition for Jones and her friends to hunt a variety of critters. The show kicked off Oct. 21 with a gator hunt in Louisiana.