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Fresh from the flames of an internet backlash that has branded it an ecological disaster, Kylie Jenner is attempting a public image rebrand by shopping at Target and filming it for TikTok. Just like normal, real humans do.
The reality star caught a healthy dose of flames on social media when she posted a photo on Instagram of herself hugging her partner, Travis Scott, between the couple’s two private planes. While Jenner was initially criticized for the gross display of her family’s fortune, she quickly became a climate criminal when the online conversation turned to the fact that Jenner uses her jet as most people call Uber, taking flights from ridiculously short lengths and creating a carbon. footprint like a Sasquatch.
While she hasn’t directly responded to the criticism, Jenner has limited comment on her original post and now appears to be using social media to go from being a wealthy elite to a totally normal Kylie who shops at Target with her kids like the rest of us. . do. You hope you shopped locally and didn’t have Kylie Air (yes, her private jet has her name on it) pulling her over to the Super Target in Van Nuys for another three-minute flight.
Although Kylie and her children’s visit to Target doesn’t seem to have caught the attention of many, as their high-society travel plans still don’t really believe that the change from Kardashian Kajillionaire to Bargain-Hunting Proletarian is as quick as it could be. I like it and Jenner is still getting massive media attention.
Jenner may need to find a “Celebrities! They’re Just Like You” flexible to get rid of her gigantic carbon footprint. We offer the following self-help video for support.