Kylie Jenner Calls Out Fake Tweets Slamming Jobless People
Kylie Jenner is calling out what she says are fake tweets. In the purported messages, the teen supposedly slammed jobless people, and was then called out for being spoiled.
The alleged tweets came to Jenner’s attention on Monday, but were supposedly sent last month. According to a screengrab, the reality star allegedly wrote, “I lowkey hate seeing ads that don’t apply to me. Keep getting promos for Good & Co, an app that helps people get jobs. Lol no thanks.”
The screengrab indicates that the company replied minutes later, allegedly saying, “Sorry you have to deal with our ads, but we’re here to help people! (We all can’t get paid off selfies and FitTea promotions).” But the diss does not appear on Good & Co’s Twitter feed, nor does Jenner’s alleged tweet appear on hers.
In fact, it’s unclear where this screengrab even came from. Good & Co says in a blog post that it “mysteriously appeared on Tumblr,” and admitted “the origin of these tweets are elusive and hard to explain.” But a random Twitter user is now using them to rip the makeup designer. “@KylieJenner : business owner, model, bourgeois enemy of the working class,” tweeted @ShelbyWooStuff.
Jenner actually saw the dig and the attached screengrab, and it seems the two tweets in question may have been photoshopped. “These tweets are fake. Thank u goodbye,” she clapped back. This is not the first time Jenner has set the record straight about an alleged Twitter message. In August, she confirmed a tweet dissing Justin Bieber was fake, too.