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Kylie Jenner ‘only cares about herself and her money’

Kylie Jenner ‘only cares about herself and her money’


She’s known for her penchant for fur, something which even sister Kim Kardashian has removed from her closet.

And anti-fur activists are not going to let Kylie Jenner continue her pain-causing shopping addiction.

Animal Rights activist Rob Banks, who was part of the group that confronted Kylie  on Saturday, December 19 as she left Moncler  (which sells fox fur coats) in Beverly Hills, stated on his Instagram that he and his fellow activists plan on continuing to confront her, and any celebrities who wear fur. 

Vow: She's known for her penchant for fur, something which even sister Kim Kardashian has removed from her closet - because of the devastating cruelty and pain inflicted on the poor animals, who are skinned alive and tortured for their fur. And anti-fur activists are not going to let Kylie Jenner continue her pain-causing shopping addiction

Vow: She’s known for her penchant for fur, something which even sister Kim Kardashian has removed from her closet – because of the devastating cruelty and pain inflicted on the poor animals, who are skinned alive and tortured for their fur. And anti-fur activists are not going to let Kylie Jenner continue her pain-causing shopping addiction

In a statement to Dailymail.com, Rob said: ‘Basically, Kylie Jenner, her family (except for Kim who is not wearing fur any longer), J.Lo, Beyonce, Rihanna, Gaga or any other celebrity wearing will be a target. We are actively looking for them to publicly shame them… and we will be at their book signing, their dinner dates, their shopping trips, etc.’

The animal rights activist continued: ‘We are sick of these people promoting one of the cruelest industries around. Animals are electrocuted to death, have their necks snapped, strangled to death, or skinned alive. Celebrities and influencers have so much power and I feel they have a responsibility to help make the world a better place…and not to promote violence and murder. Especially now considering all the problems we are facing in the world.’

‘Celebrities are out here flashing their expensive blood soaked coats in the faces of people who can’t even pay rent or feed their families. We’ve had enough and we will continue to target celebrities until then denounce fur. Activists in LA, London, NYC, Toronto, and other cities throughout the world are working together to destroy the reputations of any and all celebrities wearing and promoting fur. That also goes for celebrities wearing fur trim from brands like Moncler, Canada Goose, Saks Pott, and Woolrich,’ Rob said in his statement to Dailymail.com. 

Rob wrote on his Instagram page Saturday after confronting her: ‘We just met @kyliejenner. If you’re a celebrity wearing fur, we ARE looking for you… and we WILL confront you for it. I just moved to Los Angeles and I’m already shaming these heartless celebrities with my amazing friend @sidneyedgevegan.’

Adding: ‘Before you defend people like @kyliejenner, just remember she doesn’t give a damn about you. She doesn’t care about Animals. She doesn’t care about humans. She doesn’t care about the planet. She only cares about herself and her money.’

Rob continued: ‘This selfish woman made more than half a billion dollars in one year… she doesn’t need your support. The ANIMALS need your support. The ANIMALS who are electrocuted to death, skinned alive, or have their necks snapped need your support.’

Saturday: Kylie was met by an army of anti-fur protesters as she shopped at fox fur containing shop Moncler on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

Saturday: Kylie was met by an army of anti-fur protesters as she shopped at fox fur containing shop Moncler on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

Anti-fur: The protesters held signs that urged Kylie to open her eyes to the pain of the animals killed for their fur on Satuday during her private shopping spree on Rodeo Drive

Anti-fur: The protesters held signs that urged Kylie to open her eyes to the pain of the animals killed for their fur on Satuday during her private shopping spree on Rodeo Drive

His words: Animal Rights activist Rob Banks, who was part of the group that confronted Kylie on Saturday, December 19 as she left Moncler (which sells fox fur coats) in Beverly Hills, stated on his Instagram that he and his fellow activists plan on continuing to confront her, and any celebrities who wear fur

His words: Animal Rights activist Rob Banks, who was part of the group that confronted Kylie on Saturday, December 19 as she left Moncler (which sells fox fur coats) in Beverly Hills, stated on his Instagram that he and his fellow activists plan on continuing to confront her, and any celebrities who wear fur

Adding: ‘Defend Animals.. not Heartless Jerks. Also, go follow @rebels_4_causes. We couldn’t make a lot of this happen without them.’

In another post, Rob wrote: ‘She has everything in life and still she takes the lives of Animals. She wants whatever she can have regardless who suffers and dies for it.’

The reality star was met on Saturday by Rob and more anti-fur protesters as she exited Moncler, which sells fox fur, during her shopping spree on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. 

In a statement to Dailymail.com, PETA Senior Manager Rachel Stotts said: ‘From Moncler to Canada Goose, stores that peddle fur-trimmed coats are facing widespread protests from people who know that there’s nothing uglier than stealing someone else’s skin.’

‘PETA would love to see Kylie Jenner join other members of her family in embracing faux fur—and if she wants to take another compassionate step by adding Kylie Cosmetics to PETA’s database of certified cruelty-free cosmetics companies, joining beauty brands like those founded by Kesha, Selena Gomez, and Millie Bobby Brown, we’d be happy to help her.’  

Kylie’s cruel fashion statement has led to the star to public bashings from fans.

In January, the mom of one was slammed for her hypocritical behavior after she posted feeling ‘heartbroken’ for the animals dying in the Australian fires with her next post immediately after her showing off her real animal fur slippers made from mink animals – who are electrocuted or skinned alive for their fur.

She wore the Louis Vuitton’s homey flat mule slippers. 

His message: In another post, Rob wrote: 'She has everything in life and still she takes the lives of Animals. She wants whatever she can have regardless who suffers and dies for it'

His message: In another post, Rob wrote: ‘She has everything in life and still she takes the lives of Animals. She wants whatever she can have regardless who suffers and dies for it’

Change is always good: The reality star was met on Saturday by Rob and more anti-fur protesters as she exited Moncler, which sells fox fur, during her shopping spree on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

Change is always good: The reality star was met on Saturday by Rob and more anti-fur protesters as she exited Moncler, which sells fox fur, during her shopping spree on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

The day: Since the Saturday protest, Kylie has continued posting glam snaps and her cosmetics brand, Kylie Cosmetics; seen Saturday leaving another shop, Balenciaga, on Rodeo

The day: Since the Saturday protest, Kylie has continued posting glam snaps and her cosmetics brand, Kylie Cosmetics; seen Saturday leaving another shop, Balenciaga, on Rodeo

No words: In January, the mom of one was slammed for her hypocritical behavior after she posted feeling 'heartbroken' for the animals dying in the Australian fires

No words: In January, the mom of one was slammed for her hypocritical behavior after she posted feeling ‘heartbroken’ for the animals dying in the Australian fires

Yikes: With her next post immediately after her showing off her real animal fur slippers made from mink animals - who are electrocuted or skinned alive for their fur

Yikes: With her next post immediately after her showing off her real animal fur slippers made from mink animals – who are electrocuted or skinned alive for their fur 

Fans called her out for being so ‘disconnected from reality,’ with one user writing: ‘What’s worse is that there animals get killed like nothing and sold to expensive brands for like $5 only to be resold for 1000+.’

Another 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 follower typed: ‘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.’ 

While another added: ‘That awful person Kylie Jenner posted about koalas dying in Australia then posted herself wearing slippers made from ANIMAL fur. Made from real mink fur. An animal had to die for her slippers, just f**k off Kylie.’ 

'Hypocrite': Fans called her out for being so 'disconnected from reality,' with one user writing: 'What's worse is that there animals get killed like nothing and sold to expensive brands for like $5 only to be resold for 1000+'

‘Hypocrite’: Fans called her out for being so ‘disconnected from reality,’ with one user writing: ‘What’s worse is that there animals get killed like nothing and sold to expensive brands for like $5 only to be resold for 1000+’ 

Kylie and her Instagram influencer friend Anastasia ‘Stassie’ Karanikolaou were slammed for wearing the Saks Potts coat, which is a lamb leather fox fur trim coat.

Meanwhile, her older sister Kim Kardashian decided to quit fur, revealing the good news in May of 2018.

The star has been vocal about going fur free,something she revealed in May 2018; she posted a picture of herself in a Cher inspired look – complete with her faux fur jacket.

She called faux fur ‘my new thing’ on her social media at the time. 

 Kim recreated Cher’s 1970s outfit to watch her perform in Las Vegas with friends.

Not impressed: Kylie and her Instagram influencer friend Anastasia 'Stassie' Karanikolaou were slammed for wearing the Saks Potts coat, which is a lamb leather fox fur trim coat

Not impressed: Kylie and her Instagram influencer friend Anastasia ‘Stassie’ Karanikolaou were slammed for wearing the Saks Potts coat, which is a lamb leather fox fur trim coat

No animals harmed: The star has been vocal about going fur free since May 2018; she posted a picture of herself in a Cher inspired look - complete with her faux fur jacket

No animals harmed: The star has been vocal about going fur free since May 2018; she posted a picture of herself in a Cher inspired look – complete with her faux fur jacket

She picked out a 1974 costume the singer wore for a production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

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Kim has shared other faux covers since then, including a picture of herself as she prepped for the MTV Movie And TV Awards – with a rack of jackets behind her that were all fake. 

In June 2018, the mom of four shared a snap of daughter North wearing a faux fur coat with a baseball cap to her Instagram page. 

Kim revealed in the caption of the North snap that she took all of her real fur coats and had them remade out of faux fur.

Cruelty free fashion: In June 2018, the mom of four shared a snap of daughter North wearing a faux fur coat with a baseball cap to her Instagram page

Cruelty free fashion: In June 2018, the mom of four shared a snap of daughter North wearing a faux fur coat with a baseball cap to her Instagram page

She said in the Instagram caption: ‘Remember when I wore this! She picked out the same look lol but fun fact – I took all of my fave furs and remade them in faux fur.’  

In July 2018,  Kim showed off two stunning faux fur pieces gifted to her from Givenchy.

Kim showed the card from Givenchy’s communications director Youssef Marquis, which read: ‘My sweet Kim. A little treat for the summer… or the winter. love ya! Y,’ adding a heart. 

On the top of the card he wrote ‘(PS: It’s all FAKE!!!).’ 

Closer look: All the pieces sent to her were faux fur

Closer look: All the pieces sent to her were faux fur

Stylish and cruelty free: On the top of the card he wrote '(PS: It's all FAKE!!!)'

Stylish and cruelty free: On the top of the card he wrote ‘(PS: It’s all FAKE!!!)’

No cruelty involved: Kim has shared other faux covers since then, including a picture of herself as she prepped for the MTV Movie And TV Awards - with a rack of jackets behind her that were all fake

No cruelty involved: Kim has shared other faux covers since then, including a picture of herself as she prepped for the MTV Movie And TV Awards – with a rack of jackets behind her that were all fake

What may have prompted the KKW Beauty founder to go fur free may have been animal activist Pamela Anderson. 

The former Baywatch star has penned an open letter to Kim, asking to ditch real fur; she also sent her a coral faux coat that she custom designed.

The letter from Pamela read: ‘I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know you over the years, and I can tell you’re a good person with a big, beautiful heart. I’m writing to ask you to extend your compassion to real fashion victims—the animals who are violently killed in the fur trade—by swearing off fur this winter.

‘You know I love you, and you can be a hero for animals as well as a great example to all your beautiful followers by swearing off fur. Please do the right thing. You’d be praised all over the world, including by my close friends at PETA.’ 

Kim is the only member of the Kardashian/Jenner family who does not wear fur.

Khloe, who has previously posed nude for PETA’s I’d Rather Be Naked Than Wear Fur campaign was called out by an Instagram user who accused the star of wearing real fur for her 2019 Cruella De Vil Halloween costume, according to InStyle.

The costume: Khloe, who has previously posed nude for PETAs I'd Rather Be Naked Than Wear Fur campaign was called out by an Instagram user who accused the star of wearing real fur for her 2019 Cruella De Vil Halloween costume, according to InStyle

The costume: Khloe, who has previously posed nude for PETAs I’d Rather Be Naked Than Wear Fur campaign was called out by an Instagram user who accused the star of wearing real fur for her 2019 Cruella De Vil Halloween costume, according to InStyle

The account showed Khloe’s Australian fires story where she mentioned that 500 million animals were killed, with a split screen of Khloe in her Cruella costume with the words ‘Real Fur’ pointing at her coat.

They added: ‘So sad when animals die during fire, much better when they’re anally and vaginally electrocuted and their skin is ripped off their bodies (sometimes even when they’re conscious) for nothing other than your vanity!’

Khloe ended up responding and claiming that the coat was not real fur, but the designer of the coat – Daniel Leather – revealed that is was in fact real and made of real mink and real fox fur.  

Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Kendall Jenner continue to wear to wear fur as well, despite sister Kim’s decision to wear and purchase only faux fur.



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