Kylie Jenner has always given her followers an exclusive glimpse into her private world: fancy trips, designer handbags, family days with her daughter Stormi, her latest collections for Kylie Cosmetics, and her many, many flashy cars. Kylie is one of the youngest billionaires, thanks to the massive success of her cosmetics company, and recently sold 51% of the biz to Coty for a whopping $600 million. So yeah, Kylie's loaded, and she enjoys showing off her purchases.
While some may follow Kylie for the pure escapism her rich and famous lifestyle provides, others aren't always so thrilled about what she posts. Take, for example, one of her latest pics: her Mercedes G-Wagon, covered in raindrops. "Rainy days make me happy," she captioned the pic. Fans were quick to jump in and remind Kylie that she lives a very different life than most of us.
"They would make me happy too if I had a $120,000 car," wrote one. "That's because you don't have to go to work in bad weather," added another. "Do they? Or does showing off your expensive cars make you happy?" A commenter asked. Others pointed out the environmental impact of Kylie's fleet of vehicles. "Can u just pick one car the environment is dying [sic]," one follower wrote.
This isn't the first time Kylie has been publicly reprimanded for her social media behavior. In November, fans called her out for posting on social while driving, which is obviously incredibly dangerous. Kylie has yet to respond to their comments.
Of course, it's entirely Kylie's prerogative to post what she likes on her Instagram channel; it is her channel, after all, and she's allowed to spend her money on what she desires. It's important to remember that she is a celebrity who lives in a very different world, and though we're allowed to voice our opinions on those choices, if her posting makes you feel less than, it's time to hit the unfollow button — if only for awhile.
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