Kylie Jenner Confronted by Anti-Fur Activists During Beverly Hills Shopping Trip

Kiona Rosh
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On December 19, an animal rights activist had confronted Kylie Jenner when she was spotted in front of a luxury store. As per a source, Kylie Jenner was stopped in between her Christmas shopping by an animal rights activist as she left a luxury store on Beverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive.
The 23-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star appeared to be sporting newly dyed red hair, a mask, a grey puffer jacket, and jeans and was photographed on Saturday, Dec. 18, leaving Montcler through a back exit. Kylie got into the back seat of her white Rolls Royce with her bodyguard, as a small union of anti-fur protesters surrounded the vehicle and shouted at her with megaphones. One woman in the group yelled, “Shame on you! You’re a monster! Shame on you for supporting the fur industry!”

The protesters were not specifically targeting Kylie during their demonstration but they were targeting the local community whole lived there as well. Kylie did not react to a word they said and left the place.
Kylie as such was not wearing fur clothes at the time of protest but used to wear them in the past.

In January 2020, she had stirred up a controversy by sharing a photo of herself wearing Louis Vuitton slippers made with animal mink’s fur, just after her raising attention about the death of animals in Australia by wildfires. The reality star later donated $1 million to Australia wildfire relief actions.

Kylie has also appeared in an anti-fur protest back in 2017. The group of protesters had gathered together outside the Las Vegas Restaurant and Kylie had made a celebrity entry. There she did not interact with them and was also not wearing fur clothing or accessories at the moment.

Along with Kylie Jenner, many other celebrity sisters have been targeted I. the anti-fur protest. Some of them had fired back also. In 2014, Khloe Kardashian was out in New York City wearing a floor-length, faux fur coat carrying the words “F–k Yo Fur” in bright red spray paint. She tweeted on her handle at the time, “F–k Yo Fur!!! Fake fur all day, people!!”

In January, Khloe exclaimed back on Instagram at a fan who condemned her over her Halloween costume, which was a Cruella de Vil ensemble outfit. The reality star said her look was “not real fur,” also adding, “But keep spreading your vile hate instead of focusing on real issues.”

She also wrote, “Why must people assume and attack others so quickly? You have some clear frustrations darling and they are completely misdirected. My advice to you would be, don’t attack people in general. But if you choose to waste your energy on attacking a stranger, then at least know all of your information prior. Happy 2020.”