Fans slammed Kylie Jenner for using her phone to film herself driving and listening to music while she was on her way to her mom Kris Jenner’s birthday festivities on Tuesday, November 5. One person wrote, “See, this what we DON’T do, @kyliejenner. Being on your phone and driving is ILLEGAL and DANGEROUS,” while another echoed, “I honestly don’t understand how nobody has called @kyliejenner out for using her phone while driving. I’ve seen her do it on her Instagram Stories numerous times! Seeing as she’s got such a following, it’s not setting a great example. Winds me up so much!” A third chimed in, writing, “Kylie Jenner recording and posting Instagram videos WHILE DRIVING sure is a good influence. Come on, girl. You’ve got a big audience.”
The 22-year-old — who was behind the wheel of her Bugatti, casual — looked like she placed her mobile device in her lap and was barely looking at the road while singing along to Kid Cudi’s song “My World.” The Keeping Up With the Kardashians starlet was wearing a white tank top with her hair slicked back as she put the pedal to the medal. Kylie has yet to respond to all of the ~drama.~
This is hardly the first time the billionaire has dealt with criticism. In early October, Kylie gifted herself the Bugatti — which costs a whopping 3 million dollars — but fans were not impressed she was showing off her wealth on the internet. Ultimately, the E! personality deleted the images and footage of her new whip after her followers posted some harsh comments.
According to The Blast, one person wrote, “How can people justify buying more cars than they possibly need when there are people out there who can’t eat! Like, I get it, it’s your money, and you earn it, but HOW do you justify not doing good with it? I just don’t get it. The money you spent on this you could feed a village for a year at LEAST,” while a second person fumed, “Oh, yay! Another new car! Meanwhile, there’s people struggling to make ends meet and feed themselves. I’m happy for her, but damn, when is enough is enough?”
Hopefully, Kylie has learned her lesson this time because safety first, right?
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