Kylie Jenner has spoken out on social media. But her response was not what people expected...
Kylie Jenner has broken her silence for the first time since Kim Kardashian’s horrifying burglary on Monday morning.
The mum-of-two was bound and gagged after five masked gunmen gained access to her Paris apartment, after which they stole millions of pounds worth of her jewellery.
Despite Kim now being safe at home in New York, a source has told The Sun that the 35-year-old isn’t coping well, saying she is ‘mentally traumatised’ and ‘bursting into tears’.
So, how have her family reacted? Well, Caitlyn Jenner was the first to break her social media silence just hours after the robbery – but her Instagram post was labelled ‘insensitive’, after she simply shared a shot of her and daughter Kylie at a car event, failing to reference Kim’s brutal attack.
‘Had so much fun with Kylie at Sunday’s car show,’ Caitlyn wrote on Monday.
And now, Kylie Jenner herself has taken to Instagram for the first time since the horrific event, and safe to say it’s not the reaction some fans expected.
Sharing a shot of herself on the beach in a red swimsuit from her birthday trip to Barbados, Kylie wrote: ‘Looking back at Turks’.
Reacting to Kylie’s post, which, like Caitlyn’s, made no reference to Kim’s attack, one fan tweeted angrily: ‘Can someone tell Kylie about Kim? She’s posting pictures of her a**.’
It’s an interesting move from Kylie, especially considering the huge backlash Caitlyn’s post received.
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‘I’m shocked at the fact this was posted after what your daughter went through like nothing happened. I’m not even a fan of Kim K and I feel bad’, one angry person commented.
‘Are you kidding me? Your daughter has a gun held to her head and this is what you are posting’, slammed another.
We think people should give this family a break, TBH – we have no idea what they’re all going through right now, and if Kylie fancies distracting people from Kim’s ordeal with a belfie or two, then who are we to judge?