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Kylie Jenner Deletes 'Find Ur Fire' Post After Fan Reminds Her Of Australian Wildfires

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By Whitney Vasquez

Kylie Jenner is getting called out after posting a photo with the caption "find ur fire" while the countless wildfires burn on in Australian. The 22-year-old billionaire shared a sexy snap while posting up on a cream-colored chair on her way out for the night on Monday. Wearing a fishnet bodysuit, the yellow-haired bombshell strategically placed herself in front of a fireplace as the fire burned behind her. "Find ur fire," Kylie Jenner captioned the sizzling snap, which didn't go over well with her 156 million Instagram fans.

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"If anyone needs fire... you can have ours - Australia," one fan responded to her comment. The "Keeping Up With The Kardashian" star quickly deleted her caption, which now reads, "Night out." That didn't stop more fans from lashing out at Kylie Jenner about the fires though. "Being how famous you are you could raise a serious amount of awareness on the Australian fires that so desperately need donations to keep the fires being put out and animals being treated for injuries. Stop posting selfies and help the world!" another follower wrote.

Kylie Pressured To Donate:

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This isn't the first time that her fans have pushed the cosmetic queen into helping bring awareness to the fires blazing through the country. In fact, Kylie Jenner's "find ur fire" caption comes just two days after she was pressured from fans to make a hefty donation. After flooding Instagram with several sexy photos showing off her new yellow hair, followers were quick to snap at the reality star for not using her platform to help with the ongoing wildfires burning through Australia.

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"Did you know that close to a BILLION animals have died in the aus fires? Hello. As you may know, fires in Australia have reached a peak. Our nonprofit, through the help of donors, have pledged to donate 1 dollar per follower, 25 cents per story share, and 75 cents per like that we receive on this post. while it may not be much, anything helps during this time of peril," a fan commented. "Australia is literally burning to the ground and all she cares about is which color she’s going to dye her hair next. If she loved her kid she’d actually do something about it because her daughter is going to have to suffer through this not her," added another. Following the critique, Kylie Jenner began posting images of koalas and kangaroos being treated for burns. While the billionaire is getting slammed over her newest flub, stars like Chris Hemsworth and Pink are setting examples to others by donating hefty sums. The "Thor" actor pledged $1 million while the singer donated $500k to help fight the Australian wildfires.

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