Kendall Jenner allegedly asked guests not to post on social media from her controversial party

Kendall Jenner (Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)
Kendall Jenner (Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images) /

Well, the secret’s out. Kendall Jenner’s massive 25th birthday party is making headlines, but apparently, she took measures to prevent exactly that. According to alleged images of a flyer passed around at the party, Kendall specifically requested for no photos to be posted on social media. Unfortunately for her, guests didn’t listen.

Countless photos and videos from Kendall’s epic bday bash hit the internet on October 31 from tons of A-list celebrities, and it looked to be one for the books. Kendall made her special night Halloween themed since it’s so close to the holiday, and many of her guests dressed to the nines.

Kendall decided to channel Pamela Anderson at her party, and absolutely crushed the look. However, people were less than pleased with her big bash amid the pandemic.

Kendall reportedly required all patrons of the club to take COVID-19 tests before entering, but she apparently still didn’t want her mask-less partygoers to set the wrong example for fans online. She allegedly passed out notes which read: “take all the photos you want, but please do not post on social media of any kind.” You can see a screenshot here.

Well, that didn’t exactly sit well with fans on Reddit, who shaded Kendall big-time for trying to hide her party from the public. “Someone at kendall’s party posted this. they knew it was wrong, they just didn’t want to get backlash,” one person wrote in a thread.

Many of the night’s photos came from Kendall’s own sister Kylie Jenner, and it’s unclear why she didn’t abide by the no social media rule.

Kenny’s bash looked like a night to remember, and seeing as there’s plenty of photos and videos floating around the internet, fans won’t be forgetting about it anytime soon.

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