The past few days have seen fans hit out at the Kardashian/Jenner brood for their seemingly lack of care regarding the horrific Australian bushfires.
But Kim Kardashian put a stop to it on Sunday evening when she hit back at a hater on Twitter.
The 39-year-old replied to a now deleted Tweet who claimed the brood had not donated a dime.
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Not having it: Kim Kardashian hit out at a hater on Twitter on Sunday evening after they accused her and her family of not donating to the Australian fires
‘Nothing gets me more heated than to see the Kardashains/Jenners talk about climate change/wildfires & not donate even a penny,’ the user had written, tagging the entire family.
Kim responded: ‘Nothing gets me more heated than to see people think they know what we donated to and to think we have to publicize everything.’
And while many went on to praise Kim for her clapback, others called her response hypocritical for continuing to wear fur and ride private jets.
Not impressed: And while many went on to praise Kim for her clapback, others called her response hypocritical for continuing to wear fur and ride private jets
One wrote: ‘You publicize everything else tho AND STILL WEAR FUR…AND TAKE PRIVATE JETS…wild.’
Another Tweeted: ‘a girl selling her nudes online has almost made 17k to help with the australian fires and the kardashians only been tweeting emojis do ya’ll see why im angry.’
It comes after Kim’s initial Tweet on January 2 read: ‘Climate change is real,’ with a broken heart and globe emoji.
Short and sweet: It comes after Kim’s initial fire tweet on January 2 read: ‘Climate change is real,’ with a broken heart and globe emoji
Sister sister! And sister Khloe Kardashian, 35, took to her defense on Monday morning as well, first retweeting her sister’s post before adding her own thoughts on the matter; seen in December 2019
She also retweeted some articles and Tweets about the devastation.
And sister Khloe, 35, took to her defense on Monday morning as well, first retweeting her sister’s post before adding her own thoughts on the matter.
‘Modern King James Version Therefore when you do your merciful deeds, do not sound a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, so that they may have glory from men. Truly I say to you, They have their reward,’ she began.
Behind closed doors: Khloe’s final Tweet read: ‘Good deeds should be done with intention and not for attention’
‘We often bring attention to causes and ways you can donate. It’s our job to bring awareness to situations so we all can help as a human race. We Frequently post/speak about organizations/websites where we can all help save our planet.’
Khloe’s final Tweet read: ‘Good deeds should be done with intention and not for attention. We are all blessed to be able to bless others even if it is in the slightest way. But we do not need to be boastful about that. Be boastful in regards to teaching others how they may be able to help as well.’
It comes after their younger half-sister, Kylie Jenner, was called out on Saturday for being ‘so disconnected’ after she shared a photo of her $1450 Louis Vuitton slippers after sharing a photo of a koala rescued from the fires.
‘Hypocritical’: It comes after their younger half-sister, Kylie Jenner, was called out on Saturday for being ‘so disconnected’ after she shared a photo of her $1450 Louis Vuitton slippers after sharing a photo of a koala rescued from the fires
‘So disconnected’: Fans were quick to call Kylie out for the two posts
The billionaire had written: ‘this breaks my heart,’ on the photo from the rescue mission.
One wrote: ‘seeing kylie jenner post about the koalas being killed by the fires in australia followed by a picture of her wearing mink sandals on her instagram story really made me realize the extent to which the kardashian family’s stupidity reaches.’
Another Tweeted: ‘likeee… kylie jenner posting a boohoo about dying koalas then straight after posing in her real fur shoes. how would you like someone to come and skin you alive sis.’
Keeping out of it! The brood’s other sisters, Kourtney Kardashian (middle) and Kendall Jenner (second from left) have remained quiet, merely sharing one article regarding the fires on Twitter
Repost: Kourtney posted an article and added: ‘Half a billion animals have died in the fires,’ with a crying face
The trio’s other sister’s Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner have each retweeted one link online.
Kendall also retweeted Kim’s Tweet.
So far, the Australian bushfires have killed 26 people, destroyed more than 2,000 homes and tore through more than four million hectares of land.
An estimated half a billion animals have already been wiped out in the blazes, which have been burning through much of the east coast of Australia since October.
The fires are expected to continue to burn for another two months.
AUSTRALIA’S BUSHFIRE CRISIS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Evacuations are underway and emergency alerts are in place in NSW, Victoria and South Australia as authorities predict the devastating bushfires will continue burning until at least March.
At least 23 people have been killed in blazes across the country since the bushfire season began in October, there are six people still missing in fire-affected regions
NEW SOUTH WALES/ACT
- Two people are unaccounted – one near Bodalla on the South Coast and the other person from Bombala near the Victorian border
- At least 150 bushfires were burning in NSW on Sunday
- 18 people dead
- 3.6 million hectares burned, greater than the size of Belgium
- At least 1,365 homes confirmed destroyed
- Two people dead, four missing
- About 50 bushfires burning
- More than 784,000 hectares burned
- 330 structures confirmed destroyed but significantly more expected
- Three people, including two from Kangaroo Island, are dead
- 17 bushfires burning, four of significance
- More than 100,000 hectares burned
- 88 homes confirmed destroyed
- About 600 properties on Kangaroo Island remain without power with SA Power Networks warning it may be some time before crews can access the fire ground to assess damage
- 33 bushfires burning
- 250,000 hectares burned
- 45 homes confirmed destroyed
- More than 35 bushfires burning, two of significance
- 1.5 million hectares burned
- One home confirmed destroyed
- 23 bushfires burning, two of significance
- 30,000 hectares burned
- Two homes confirmed destroyed
- Five bushfires burning
- Five homes confirmed destroyed