If she’s not pouting and sending ‘air kisses’ about her new lipstick colours ‘Koko’ or ‘Candy’, she’s fluttering her eyelash extensions and SnapChatting her many, many adoring fans.
Remember when Kylie admitted to using lip-fillers in an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians? (Post continues after video.)
Perhaps her long-running resistance to polarising opinion is partly the reason Kylie is so adored by her own demographic. At 18 years old, she doesn’t confront people with challenging topics. Her tweets and social media posts are not thought-provoking or impassioned. She concerns herself mostly with makeup, bags and beautiful things that don’t stir controversy other than that she is a teenager with wealth that rivals some third-world nations.
On Saturday, Jenner posted a tweet so controversial it sparked instant ire among her young, adoring fans. And although the post was deleted in a hurry the Twittersphere is buzzing: Could Kylie Jenner be an anti-vaxxer?
If these tweets are anything to go by, yes. Yes she is.
The first post is an illustration by comic illustrator Ben Garrison, who specialises in satirical drawings.
The second image Kylie tweeted was taken from the website PreventDisease.com, a site which strongly advocates an anti-vaxxer position. The child in the photograph, one presumably from a poor nation, is seen wincing as she recieves an immunisation shot.
The ‘healthy living’ website consistently posts ‘reports’ about adverse reactions to vaccinations while reiterating that preventable diseases should be combated with ‘natural living.’
Kylie’s stance may have been different had she seen a loved one experience the disastrous effects of disease on an unvaccinated child.
While she may have plenty of experience rubbing shoulders with ‘natural living’ celebs and rich anti-vaxxer socialites, her knowledge of health in third-world countries seems fuzzy at best.
Do you think the tweet means Kylie Jenner is an anti-vaxxer?
Featured image: Instagram @KylieJenner