Regardless of her often controversial exploits, she's certainly captured the zeitgeist of a generation and that's why the conservative lobbying group, Employment Policies Institute, has chosen her image and celebrity as an ambassador to help argue that the increase in the minimum wage will increase unemployment for California teenagers and unskilled workers.
Also does anyone really think raising the minimum wage is a bad thing, especially for those living in virtual poverty working at fast food restaurant chains where the staff are vastly underpaid, whilst the CEOs and senior executives take home millions in salaries, perks and bonuses each and every year.
One thing is for sure though, this clever billboard is certainly eye-catching (no matter how factually accurate) and was snapped along West Hollywood's Sunset Strip on July 9, 2014.
UPDATED: The fiscally conservative Employment Policies Institute is using the same kinds of tactics again in 2016 and taking advantage of the recent escalation in public feuding between Taylor Swift and Kanye West to turn heads and push their anti-minimum wage raising agenda.
This 'Faces of 15' billboard, which was snapped along West Hollywood's Sunset Strip on August 15, 2016, is obviously targeting a youthful audience, using scare tactics about entry level jobs to confuse young voters.
Daily Billboard wonders if the real reason these two celebrities are upset is because they are being used in an ad campaign without their permission.