“She didn’t apologize, but at least she paid for the wait time,” the driver dished. The makeup mogul, 23, apparently entered the car with some pals, but throughout the ride, she couldn’t help but keep staring at herself in the mirror the whole time.
“She’s the vainest celebrity I’ve ever driven,” he said. Despite his bad experience with the A-lister, the driver ended up receiving a little gift. “The next morning, I found an unopened Kylie Cosmetics lip gloss on the car seat,” he shared. “I gave it to my daughter.”
This is hardly the first time the Keeping Up With the Kardashians starlet has been blasted for being full of herself. In May 2020, the mom-of-one took to Instagram to pat herself on the back for her creative skills.
“I’m pretty good at this makeup stuff,” she said after she showed off her long lashes and winged eyeliner.
However, fans weren’t having it and didn’t appreciate the comment. “How do you expect us all to live up to looking like this in lockdown? You’re spreading such unrealistic expectations. Please delete your account. You are everywhere and there’s no escaping you!” one follower fumed, while another echoed, “Kylie, you are sooooo vain. It’s laughable!”
A third user added, “Well, it’s kind of expected that you would be good at makeup. You are a bloody billionaire after all!”
At the end of the day, the television personality doesn’t mind what others think about her. “I’ve always had a lot of haters but I think I grew a lot of my fanbase when I was being who I was,” she said in a 2019 Ask Kylie video. “I chopped my hair off, I had blue hair, wore whatever I wanted; I just was completely myself.”
She added, “I feel like that’s what attracted a lot of people. You just have to face the fact that not everyone is going to accept you so just be you and don’t change for anyone.”
The January 18 print issue of Life & Style was the first to report the news about Jenner being an awful passenger.