In case you were doubting just how much Kylie Jenner really loves scarfing down some fried chicken goodness (as opposed to getting high while doing so), the 17-year-old provacateur took to Instagram on Thursday — along with her mom, Kris Jenner, big sis Khloé Kardashian, some of her pals, and a whole lotta food from fast-food joint Popeyes — to prove it.
"POPEYES AND PJS," she wrote, obviously forgetting the other "p" in the equation: a plane.
Jenner also posted a photo of herself and Khloé boarding the private jet, alongside the caption, "that's just how we do it..." because eating Popeyes on a plane is just something she does.
In fact, eating Popeyes in general is just something Kylie Jenner does, which we all know thanks to the mildly disconcerting Snapchat Kylie shared of herself eating Popeyes chicken and saying something that sounded like she was "high as f--k." It's obvious she and her family are now taking a jab at that controversy.
The youngest child of Kris and Bruce Jenner already responded to the Snapchat with a post on Twitter, letting her fans and critics know she was actually saying the chicken was "good as f--k."
I did a snapchat saying my chicken was "good as f*ck" eating Popeyes for the 1st time and apparently people think I said high as f*ck— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) May 9, 2015
I DID NOT say that— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) May 9, 2015
sorry to disappoint everyone who thinks I'm this wild child. The media is mean & I try not to look @ it. So sorry 4 the late statement.— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) May 9, 2015
Nope, she's just a girl who wants to eat fried chicken. And for what it's worth, it was National (read: free) Biscuit Day at Popeyes on Thursday, so here's hoping she took advantage of those free glorious carbohydrates!
Of course, nothing the Kardashians do is free from controversy and the wrath of the Internet. Their jab at a controversy was met with even more flak. Khloé — who also posted a pic of the Popeyes and PJs fest — snapped back on Twitter, clueing in those who weren't aware of what was going on in the comments section of her photos:
Seeing some of the stories/comments in regards to my Instagram. How is any one "trying to be black" because they are eating food?— Khloé (@khloekardashian) May 15, 2015
I wasn't aware that food was limited to a certain skin color… I thought food was not specific to skin color but to humans in general.— Khloé (@khloekardashian) May 15, 2015
“To break bread together,” a phrase as old as the Bible, captures the power of a meal to forge relationships, bury anger, provoke laughter.— Khloé (@khloekardashian) May 15, 2015
These folks just want to eat some fast food — but alas, fast food is never just fast food when you're a Kardashian or a Jenner.