AceShowbiz - Fans of Kylie Jenner apparently want their idol to become a billionaire as soon as possible. One day after the "Life of Kylie" star was said to be on track to become the youngest self-made billionaire ever, social media star Josh "The Fat Jewish" Ostrovsky created a GoFundMe page to help her earn the $100 million she needs to tip her net worth into the billions.
"Kylie Jenner was on the cover of Forbes Magazine today for having a net worth of 900 million dollars, which is heartbreaking," he wrote on Instagram. "I don't want to live in a world where Kylie Jenner doesn't have a billion dollars. WE MUST RAISE 100 MILLION DOLLARS TO HELP HER GET TO A BILLION, PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD. THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT."
Kylie Jenner was on the cover of Forbes Magazine today for having a net worth of 900 million dollars, which is heartbreaking. I don't want to live in a world where Kylie Jenner doesn't have a billion dollars. WE MUST RAISE 100 MILLION DOLLARS TO HELP HER GET TO A BILLION, PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD, THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. LINK IN BIO TO DONATE.
At the time of publication, the campaign only has $88 of its goal.
While the Instagram post has garnered over 200,000 likes including one from Kylie, many users were quick to criticize the campaign. They noted that any money raised should go to those in need instead of the makeup mogul, who's already rich. "There are children starving and humans getting disease due to lacking hygiene and facilities. I really hope this is a joke," one user wrote.
Another similarly said, "This is actually so f***ing sad that people are actually donating like smh people are out here dying from poverty and were worried about making someone a billionaire?!?! Like she doesn't have enough money already? People need to get their priorities straight." One other simply wrote, "Well these people are stupid and retarded and deserve to part with their money."
Despite the backlash, it looks like Josh is still planning to continue the campaign. "The Kardashians are our American royal family, so the disrespect is just mind-blogging me," he told Page Six. "I will continue to spread positivity and awareness and get Kylie to a billion." He added that the money would go to charity if the campaign does not reach its goal.