Trouble is settling in on Kardashian paradise. Kylie Jenner experienced the fire that her sisters received previously from animal rights advocates. The reality star was forced to walk out of her photo shoot due to the protesters.
According to the Huffington Post, the Kardashian sister was supposed to have a photo shoot for the Sugar Factory's grand opening. While posing at the red carpet, anti-fur activists started yelling at the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star. In just a few seconds, Kylie Jenner walked out.
It appears that Kylie Jenner was hit with the shouts from the protesters. "You've got blood on your hands," they said. It is worth noting that the reality star and entrepreneur wasn't wearing fur at that time. However, the activists may be referring to the past times she was seen sporting fur clothing.
It is unclear why Kylie Jenner was chosen to appear on Saturday's event. However, it is believed that she represented the Kardashian-Jenner clan. It appears that Sugar Factory and the "KUWTK" family may be on a deal of some sort.
Mirror notes that the Kardashian-Jenner clan have always had the eye of animal rights advocates. They have a knack for sporting fur and there are some people unhappy about it. Kylie Jenner may be lucky she wasn't flour-bombed like her sister, Kim Kardashian.
Meanwhile, Kylie Jenner isn't the only one who is receiving hate. Her eldest sister, Kim Kardashian, is on fire for sporting a see-through suit that has the image of the Virgin Mary on it. According to the Telegraph, the U.S.-based Catholic League is unhappy about it.
"Her latest headline-grabbing stunt can only be seen as exploitative," the organization said. Kim Kardashian has also unveiled a new "Kimoji" that features herself as the Virgin Mary on a candle. It has since raked in a good number of negative remarks from conservative groups and fans. The wife of Kanye West has yet to officially address the issue.