Kylie Jenner’s gift of emotional support was not the type of donation the world was ready to receive. Jenner, 21 (and a billionaire), shared an almost-perfect mug from her marble-slabbed driveway late last week, but it was her caption that left the public underwhelmed.
“Sending out my love and prayers [and] hoping this will all be over soon ?,” Jenner wrote on Thursday.
Although originally posted to Instagram, the global grilling of King Kylie soon made its way over to the Twitterverse.
“Kylie Jenner sending out her ‘love and prayers’ in her million dollar house when [Bill Pulte] is actually sending money,” someone tweeted. “Love and prayers are good but they don’t pay these bills!!!”
Might be true, except we’re almost positive it’s a MULTI-“million dollar house…”
“Kylie Jenner sent me her love & prayers and I’m feeling a lot better now tbh,” another responded.
A third person also found comfort in the sentiments, writing that “everything sucks but at least we have Kylie Jenner’s love and prayers.”
“Wow she did that?” A fourth asked. “How selfless of her!”
The other subject of scrutiny? Jenner’s choice in shoes. According to Footwear News, the Nike sneakers she’s donning are very exclusive – actually, that’s an understatement; they’re unreleased.
“The Air Jordan 1 Retro High Dior kicks were set to drop sometime during April,” they report, “but the brands postponed the release due to the coronavirus outbreak and a new release date has not been announced. Only 8,500 pairs will be available when they do drop, with prices starting at $2,000 before they even hit the resale market.
“Why do I hate seeing Kylie Jenner in Nikes,” one non-fan asked – something tells us it was was a hypothetical question.
Within minutes, they were met with a response: “?️BECAUSE IT SEEMS FORCED AND UNAUTHENTIC.”
The original poster agreed, saying they “see no lies here.”
Speaking of “lies,” it must be addressed that there were countless remarks made about the beauty mogul not directing her ample resources toward the healthcare industry. Seems like half the internet must’ve missed what she was up to like, two weeks ago!
I see no lies here
— sarah (@sarahhmurrayy) April 16, 2020
Dr. Thais Alaibadi, Jenner’s OB-GYN at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, made public declaration of private deed.
“One of my patients, a beautiful Living Angel just donated $1,000,000 to help us buy hundreds of thousands of masks, face shields, and other protective gear,” Dr. Alaibadi said in late March, thanking Jenner “from the bottom of [their] hearts.”
So leave Kylie alone!!!