AceShowbiz - When you have a lot of money, it's only natural for you to show it off on social media. But perhaps Kylie Jenner has chosen the wrong time to do it, considering that the Amazon rainforest is currently in flames. Thus, many people came at her when the makeup mogul showed off a bunch of lavish shoes that she recently bought on Instagram Stories.
In one photo, Kylie wore a pair of $1,250 crystal-embellished canvas Gucci sandals and showed off two pairs of Balenciaga pointed-toe fringe pumps. "Went shoe shopping today," the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star wrote in the caption. Those were not the only things she bought because in the next photo, she modeled her red hot Balenciaga pumps with a ribbon ankle strap before flaunting her new Bottega Veneta flat chocolate leather sandals.
After she was done showing off all her new purchases, Kylie posted a photo of her entire shoes closet that was organized by brands and colors. "I have a problem??" she wrote in the caption.
It looks like people really think she has a problem, especially because she has opted to post this kind of content instead of raising awareness about the Amazon fire. They are also mad at her for using her money for new shoes rather than to donate money to help save the burning forest.
"Kylie Jenner has enough money to help save the Amazon Rain Forest. But instead, she is buying her 650th pair of shoes," someone slammed the makeup mogul. "Kylie Jenner be like buying her 673838th pair of gucci shoes meanwhile amazon forest is BURNING. Girlie has tons of money and tons of followers, she could at least post something to her ig story&raise awareness," added another.
One other believed Kylie could save the forest "w 10% of her earning but she to (sic) busy shoe shopping and s**t," while an individual pointed out that the star didn't need "this many shoes the earth is dyin pls donate instead."
Kylie has yet to respond to the diss.
In related news, Kylie will make an appearance in Travis Scott (II)'s upcoming Netflix documentary "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly" that is set to feature the rapper revisiting his childhood bedroom and watching footage of himself from 2014 in front of a sparse crowd. The couple's daughter, Stormi Webster, will also appear in the documentary, which will be available to stream on August 28.