Kylie Jenner’s Recent Instagram Is Causing a Stir

Nothing gets past the internet… Just take it from Kylie Jenner’s Instagram on Sunday. The makeup mogul and reality star posted a picture with Travis Scott from what looks like a parking lot, and social media users are now calling out a blink-and-you’d-miss-it detail. From the looks of the image, which shows Travis embracing Kylie outside of their car, it appears the pair could be parked in a spot reserved for the disabled. Even though the sign is in the background, people took notice.

Kylie captioned the photo, “partners in crime 4 evaaa💗💦🦋👨‍👩‍👧.”

Comments on the post began to point out the disabled parking sign and People even reported that The Ruderman Family Foundation, a philanthropic group that promotes inclusion of those with disabilities, responded to the photo.

The foundation’s president Jay Ruderman stated, “Accessible parking is meant for people with disabilities who need it. As a role model to many, this is an opportunity for Kylie Jenner to use her celebrity status to help society understand why accessible parking is a basic right for people with disabilities to be included in daily life.”

While it’s entirely possible there’s a reasonable explanation for where the car was situated at the time of the photo, that didn’t stop social media from chiming in with their remarks. Kylie’s sister Kendall faced similar backlash when she was caught allegedly parked in a disabled spot last year. Her rep explained to Daily Mail, “The valet parked Kendall’s car in the handicap spot. Kendall ran and jumped in the car when she saw the paparazzi instead of waiting for valet to bring her car to her.”


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