Kylie Jenner shops at Target amid private jet setback

Kylie Jenner is accused of “trying to cosplay as a middle class” by shopping at Target amid backlash over her private jet use.

The 24-year-old “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” posted a TikTok video on Monday in which she pushes her daughter Stormi and her nieces Chicago and True, all 4, into a shopping cart.

“Where are we going, girls?” Jenner asked.

“Target!” the cousins ​​answered in unison.

“Don’t you want to get bowls?” the ‘Kardashians’ star asked the little ones as they walked through the household goods department before taking them to the toys.

“Did you hire the target for this real question,” one TikTok user commented on the upload, while another wrote that the nearly billionaire was “playing the normal life simulator.”

In a Reddit thread discussing the footage, one user accused Jenner of “trying to appeal to us farmers,” calling her “out of touch.” A second simply wrote, “What in the damage limitation?”

The TikTok post came a week after the reality star took a 17-minute private jet flight from Camarillo, California, to Van Nuys, California, which is an estimated 45-minute drive.

Jenner then shared a black and white photo of herself hugging her boyfriend Travis Scott between both of their jets and boastfully writing, “Will you take mine or yours?”

The makeup mogul was previously criticized for her jet use in 2019 when she picked up her sister Kendall Jenner for dinner in a modified Global Express plane.

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott kiss while standing between their two private jets.
Jenner’s Target trip came after showing her and Travis Scott’s private jets.

And in May, Kylie and her mom, Kris Jenner, rolled their eyes as they navigated a gas station and grocery store in awe on an episode of their family’s Hulu show.

Kris, 66, noted in a confession that she “didn’t go to the supermarket anymore because the people who were in the supermarket were secretly taking pictures, and suddenly paparazzi would show up.”

However, the creator of Kylie Cosmetics needed “the experience of checking out” at the grocery store, saying, “I’ve been waiting for this for years.”

When the talent manager’s youngest child made the purchase and returned the shopping cart, Kris cheered.

“Go, Kylie, go!” the matriarch was gushing at the moment. ‘Kylie, you’re doing a great job, honey – wow, look at her go! Good job!”

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