Kylie Jenner Lambasted Over 3-Minute Private Flight
It's no secret at this point that the Kardashian/Jenner family is so far out of touch with reality that there is no coming back. In a recent post on her Instagram account, Kylie posted a photo of her and her husband, Travis Scott, between two private jets in a hanger. The caption read, "You wanna take mine or yours?"
Kylie's jet cost 73 million dollars and comes with an entertainment room, master suite, and a walk-in closet.
But her brag was met with scrutiny when many users looked into how frequently her private jet took off from the airport. The records show the plane took off from Camarillo, CA, and landed three minutes later in Van Nuys, CA. Many people have referred to her as a "full-time climate criminal" after seeing this information.
Kylie Jenner's Jet Took off from Camarillo, California, US. Going to Van Nuys, California, US (VNY, Van Nuys Airport) arriving in ~3m. pic.twitter.com/Jo0ZAfaJ69— Celebrity Jets (@CelebJets) July 13, 2022
This same trip would have taken anyone an average 40-minute drive. However, Kylie saved herself a whopping 37 minutes by taking her private jet.
It didn't stop there. Many users were so outraged by her blatant disregard for the planet that they looked deeper into her flight history. Many found that Jenner takes frequent flights only lasting up to 20 minutes. While many people make daily sacrifices to combat the looming climate disaster, celebrities waste more than any average American.
The worst thing about this is that Van Nuys is 16 miles from Calabasas, where she lives. She went 26 miles in the opposite direction to take a flight.— We won't have our rights taken away. (@sandi_fish) July 18, 2022
Celebrity private jets are known for emitting two tons of CO2 emissions in just under an hour. Private jets are ten times more polluting than commercial flights.
80% of people have never taken a plane and Kylie Jenner is out here taking regular 10 minute flights, 5 flights in the last week under 30 minutes, one was 3 minutes long. Her carbon footprint for one ten minute flight, is more than some people make in a year.— Sommer Ackerman (@lifewithsommer) July 17, 2022
Kylie or her husband have not responded to the negative response to her post, and probably never will. She'll continue to make a feeble effort in convincing everyone that she cares.