The youngest Kardashian/Jenner sister, Kylie Jenner, has faced intense backlash over the past few months. Now, she has shut down all comments on Instagram after recent backlash from fans over tone-deaf posts.
Kylie limited the comments to only those she wants to hear from. However, it seems that no one has yet been given the go-ahead on the comments section.
Following the current situation between Israel and Palestine, fans sent backlash Kylie's way. They called it "an insensitive post" of her enjoying her ride on her boat in the ocean. And fans did not hold anything back in the comments, which seems to have bothered Kylie enough to disable the comment section.
As we all know, the reality TV star has no issue showing off skin, which only enraged some fans even more. 53,000 people commented on her post and did not hold back. The caption on one photo that triggered many said, "My vibe right now is just living life". People did not appreciate it at all.
Several fans commented "Free Palestine" on Kylie's post, referencing the outbreak of violence in the Middle East.
One furious fan pointed out that: "Y'all are soooo rich, don't you feel like helping? Educate yourself a little? Hey Hooooooo, the world is burning, and y'all trying to start a new beauty product line... whata wrong with yall! your kids wont have a future."
Another angry post directed at Kylie asked, "There's a war going on right now in the middle east, do u even care?"
However, Kylie Jenner and her sisters are no strangers to trolls and backlash, as they have been dealing with them for quite some time. To take the step of disabling the comments is a new one, though.
The latest comments regarding her posts, amid turmoil in the Middle East, seem too much for her to bear.
The Kardashian and Jenner house has been called out for tone-deaf actions and posts in the past. Fans have pointed out that Kylie's recent posts are yet another insult to those less fortunate. They're an example of how this wealthy family is not worried about global events, even though they're in a position to actually do something about it.