Kylie Jenner is getting slammed after showing off her overwhelming high-priced shoe collection, with fans pointing out that her money could be better used to assist in saving the burning Amazon.
It all started when Kylie showed off three pairs of designer shoes on Thursday and declared she "went shoe shopping today."
She wasn't shy about tagging the high-fashion designers in her post either.
Her Gucci sandals embellished with crystals run about $1,250.
Those Balenciaga heels are $995 each.
The Kylie Cosmetics founder also revealed she was "in love" with another shoe she purchased -- this red Balenciaga heel with an oversized ribbon.
The billionaire then went on to flaunt several Tom Ford, Dior and more high-end heels which live in her closet.
The chocolate Bottega Veneta's she's wearing retail for $690.
But it was when Kylie showed off her entire shoe collection that fans got really angry.
After her closet made the rounds, followers took to social media and slammed her for not being more responsible with her money.
Many pointed out she could be using her billions to assist in saving the Amazon, which has been burning for 20+ days, instead of wasting money on material things.
"Kylie Jenner be like buying her 673838th pair of gucci shoes meanwhile amazon forest is BURNING," one follower tweeted. "She could at least post something to her ig story and raise awareness."
Another fan mirrored the same points, writing, "Kylie Jenner has enough money to help save the Amazon Rain Forest. But instead, she is buying her 650th pair of shoes."
Fans won't let it go and are tweeting Kylie in hopes she'll address the issue.
"No-one need this [sic] many shoes the earth is dyin pls donate instead," pleaded on person.
Another fan wrote, "the amazon is on fire and kylie jenner just posted her extensive collection of designer shoes."
Unlike Kylie Jenner, several other celebrities are using their voice to bring awareness to the Amazon rainforest crisis.
Stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, Bella Hadid, Naomi Campbell and several more are sharing their concerns.