Makeup Moghul Kylie Jenner gets targeted on social media platforms for gifting a high end fashion brand backpack to her 2-year old daughter Stormi. Kylie bought a Hermes backpack worth $12,000 as her little daughter began home schooling from Wednesday. Kylie on her Instagram account shared a video of little Stormi jumping with joy in their driveway, carrying this designer backpack on her shoulders. The video also saw a glimpse of her ex and Kylie’s father Travis Scott.
Kylie sharing this video on her Instagram wrote, “First day of school! First day of school!” Followed by which she also shared a picture of Stormi looking at her bag while she carries it on her shoulder on her INSTA Stories. Hence, the netizens targeted her and poked fun at Kylie’s this jaw dropping purchase for her little daughter. One of the users tweeted, “First day of homeschool and stormi got her Kelly backpack on, I hate being poor”
Yet another user wrote, looking at the price tag of this designer bag, mentioned it being equivalent to the down payment amount of her house. Tweet read, “Stormi’s backpack could be a down payment for a house.” Check out more such Tweets making fun of Kylie below-
Stormi’s backpack could be a down payment for a house.— 𝐀𝐒𝐇𝐋𝐄𝐘 𝐃𝐄𝐑𝐈𝐆𝐄 (@ashlaaybebe) October 1, 2020
Stormi can I have ur backpack to make a contribution to my student loans https://t.co/qWMW8fE3yk— Stacie (@StacieTolliver) September 30, 2020
When you know you already a billionaire and you just have to worry of playing at school— 👀 (@angelwavves) September 30, 2020
Some of the Twitter users also shared a collage of pictures where they shared the first day of school of Kylie and common kids.
Kylie was in the news for her rapport with step-sister Kim Kardashian going sour, but she denied the news and instead mentioned they are powerful together.
Image Source: Instagram/kyliejenner
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